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QantasLink to Launch Mt Hotham Ski Season Flights from 24 June 2011

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QantasLink is to operate its 2011 ski season services between Sydney and Mt Hotham from 24 June to 11 September.

The airline will provide 114 flights on the route over the period, as well as an additional 300 seats, linking Sydney directly with one of Australia's most popular Alpine regions.

"Victoria's skifields are among the best in Australia, and QantasLink's direct flights will again make Hotham Alpine Resort the most accessible ski resort in Australia, getting interstate skiers to the snow from Sydney in 80 minutes," said Qantas Executive Manager Regional Airlines Group, Mr Narendra Kumar.

The flights will operate on selected Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays during the ski season, starting at 4-5 return services per week and building to seven per week during the August peak period.

To celebrate the new schedule, QantasLink is offering a special fare of A$189 one-way, including taxes and charges, for sale from 23 March to 5 April 2011, and valid for travel throughout the 2011 ski season. Terms and conditions apply.

Hotham Skiing Company General Manager, Ms Belinda Trembath, said, "We are pleased to again be working with QantasLink this winter, and welcome the airline's increase in seats over the coming season compared to last year, meaning even more people will be able to fly direct to the snow."

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