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Improved Transfers for Pacific Blue Passengers in Brisbane

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Pacific Blue travellers touching down at Brisbane airport now have a new streamlined fly/transfer option available to them for shuttle transfers to and from their hotel or resort accommodation.

Virgin Blue Group, incorporating Pacific Blue, has joined forces with Gold Coast based company Con-x-ion to offer quick and easy airport transfers from the airport to local hotels and resorts to help get trips off to a smooth and stress-free start.

Travellers flying on either Virgin Blue or trans-Tasman on Pacific Blue can book their ground transfer as part of their flight booking process.

Con-x-ion also offers additional services on the Gold Coast including shuttle services to the world famous Theme Parks including Dreamworld, Movie World, WetnWild Waterworld, Sea World, Outback Spectacular and more.

 For those visiting the Gold Coast for the first time, there is also a 4 hour sightseeing tour to introduce travellers to the highlights of one of the most famous Australian holiday destinations.

Mathias Friess, Virgin Blue Group General Manager Sales, said, This is yet another value-for-money and convenient enhancement that we are pleased to offer our guests to help with their holiday plans. Con-x-ion is one of South East Queenslands largest and most trusted ground transport providers with 20 years experience and we are confident the service will make life easier for those Guests needing to hitch a ride to their hotel, the airport or to check out the theme parks.

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