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Pacific Blue to Launch Sydney - Queenstown Flights

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On Saturday, 5 September 2009, Pacific Blue will launch new year round direct flights between Sydney and Queenstown. The new services are just in time for spring skiing.

The flights are part of Pacific Blue’s ongoing expansion plans and follow on from the launch of its other new international direct services this week from Hamilton and Dunedin to Australia.

 From Saturday the airline will be flying internationally from a total of six New Zealand airports – Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin and Queenstown.

Pacific Blue will operate a twice weekly service between Sydney and Queenstown, on Tuesday and Sunday, designed to suit Australian tourists travelling to one of New Zealand’s premier tourist destinations.

 “Our guests have lobbied us for some time to start direct flights from Sydney to Queenstown so we’re responding to them at last with the opening of the new route,” said Virgin Blue Group Chief Executive, Brett Godfrey. “It’s no secret Queenstown is one of New Zealand’s most popular year round destinations and we’re excited to be bringing more choice and convenience for travellers wanting to fly direct, fly affordably and of course fly the fun way with Pacific Blue’s friendly crew.”

Pacific Blue has one-way internet Spring Sale fares from Queenstown to Sydney from just $209. Connecting flights are also available from Queenstown to and from Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Canberra.

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