In­flite

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A few months ago we vis­ited down­town Auck­land to check out the im­pres­sive line-up of he­li­copters avail­able for pri­vate char­ter from In­flite. Thanks again to the In­flite team, we re­cently headed across town to their pri­vate ter­mi­nal at Auck­land In­ter­na­tional Air­port to have a look at the rest of the fleet — one that pro­vides cus­tomers with the con­ve­nience, safety, pri­vacy and flex­i­bil­ity of pri­vate air travel. In­flite, New Zealand’s largest ded­i­cated pri­vate and cor­po­rate char­ter air­line, not only spe­cial­izes in he­li­copter char­ters, but also pro­vides cus­tomers the op­tion of pri­vate plane char­ters through­out New Zealand, Aus­tralia and the South Pa­cific. The range of air­craft in­cludes two 19-seat Jet­stream J32s specif­i­cally de­signed with the pas­sen­ger in mind, and the ca­pac­ity to fly the length of New Zealand from Kaitaia to In­ver­cargill non-stop. A va­ri­ety of ad­di­tional cor­po­rate air­craft are also avail­able to suit VIP, cor­po­rate, sports team, con­fer­ence and spe­cial-in­ter­est groups’ tai­lored flight re­quire­ments. In­flite has re­cently opened a new base in Taupo, with two he­li­copters avail­able im­me­di­ately for scenic flights, lodge trans­fers, golf­ing, fish­ing and vine­yard trips from the Taupo Air­port and Taupo har­bour-side he­li­pads. Ad­di­tion­ally, In­flite’s lux­u­ri­ous char­ter boat, Nir­vana, is based at the Auck­land Viaduct Har­bour, and of­fers a unique op­por­tu­nity for sea lovers to cruise and en­ter­tain up to 49 guests in to­tal com­fort, with overnight ac­com­mo­da­tion for up to eight guests. Whether it’s an ex­cit­ing scenic flight, a spot of heli-fish­ing, an idyl­lic overnight ex­cur­sion or a group head­ing away to­gether, In­flite def­i­nitely pro­vides the per­fect travel so­lu­tion. In­flite, ph. 0800 83 50 83/email: info@in­flitechar­ters.com Web­site: in­flitechar­ters.com

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