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Pacific Flier launches Brisbane - Palau Travel Agent Promotion

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Australians can now travel directly to Palau (near Micronesia) in just six hours on new international charter service - PacificFlier.

Previously, it took Australians at least 24 hours to visit Palau due to forced stopovers in the Philippines or Guam. Now travellers can fly directly from Brisbane to Palau in just six hours on a roomy Airbus A310 aircraft confirgured with 176 economy seats and 18 premium economy seats.

To celebrate the launch, PacificFlier has released a travel agent only special of $399 per person for return flights from Brisbane to Palau (including taxes). A four-day travel agent only special package also includes return flights, taxes, accommodation, breakfast, transfers and a rock islands tour from only $709 per person.

For those customers that are not travel agents, PacificFlier has released special return flights from Brisbane to Palau for just $79 for kids and $799 for adults (including taxes). Customers can also enjoy a four day package including return flights, taxes, accommodation, breakfast, transfers and a rock islands tour from only $999 per person.

Packages are based on twin share. Prices quoted are per person, subject to availability and conditions apply. The promotions are available for bookings until end-May 2010 for travel before end-June 2010.

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