Pacific blue has set-up a new year round route running direct flights from Sydney to Queenstown. Adrenaline junkies and snow bunnies are among those that are being targeted for this new route.
The new services began at the start of the month and are a part of the ongoing expansion efforts of Pacific Blue. The airline is now running international flights from a total of six New Zealand airports. This is more than any other airline and is looking promising for Pacific Blue.
The new service has been put together to accommodate for Aussies wanting to visit the magnificent Kiwi tourist destination and flights will be flown twice weekly between Queenstown and Sydney.
The new service will be active all year round and Pacific Blue is working hard with tourism organisations to encourage tourists to experience everything that the region has to offer in the summer such as bush walking and mountain climbing.
Pacific blue has organised for connecting flights to be available to and from Melbourne, Perth, Canberra and Brisbane. This will allow almost any Aussie to make easy flight plans to get to Queenstown.
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