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Qantas Extends Travel Stimulus Offer

Dépèche transmise le 20 mars 2009 par Business Wire

Qantas Extends Travel Stimulus Offer

Qantas Extends Travel Stimulus Offer

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Due to overwhelming demand, Qantas has extended its travel stimulus offer for North American travelers flying to Australia and New Zealand until March 31, 2009. Starting at just $299 each way in economy (based on round trip purchase, plus tax and fees), travelers can fly from Los Angeles and San Francisco to Auckland, Brisbane, Melbourne or Sydney from now until October 24, 2009. From New York, economy fares are $399 each way to Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.

“Because the feedback we’ve received for these incredibly low airfares has been tremendously positive, we’ve extended the sale so even more travellers can take advantage of the deep discounts,” said Wally Mariani, Qantas Airways senior executive vice president, The Americas and Pacific.

Economy air fares from New York to Auckland start at $399 each way (with roundtrip purchase) for travel from June 10, 2009 to October 24, 2009. For travelers departing Mexico City, fares are $499 each way and are valid from now until October 24, 2009. Other restrictions apply.

For more information about these ‘can’t miss’ fares, visit the web site at Qantas.com.

Qantas is the only airline offering A380 service to the U.S., with A380 non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Sydney and to Melbourne featuring aircraft interiors designed by internationally renowned industrial designer and Qantas Creative Director Marc Newson. Providing 46 flights a week from the U.S., Qantas offers 38 from Los Angeles (to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Auckland), five from San Francisco, a daily direct service from JFK and three from Honolulu. A leader in inflight entertainment, all Qantas mainland departures feature on demand video and audio selections for movies, TV programs, radio and games in all classes.

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