Air Ni­ug­ini’s free ticket deal

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Air Ni­ug­ini has kicked off a ticket pro­mo­tion that pro­vides a free ticket to any­one who ar­ranges a fully paid group of 15 peo­ple or more for any re­turn flight on Air Ni­ug­ini.

Air Ni­ug­ini and its sub­sidiary com­pa­nies, Link PNG and Busi­ness Travel Cen­tre (BTC), are car­ry­ing out the ‘Ab-Free’ (ab­so­lutely free) pro­mo­tion jointly.

BTC’s gen­eral man­ager, Floyd Smith, said the ini­tia­tive in­volves Air Ni­ug­ini’s do­mes­tic and in­ter­na­tional sec­tors and is tar­get­ing pas­sen­gers trav­el­ling in groups, whether it be for leisure, church ac­tiv­i­ties or is­land breaks. “We will of­fer the best avail­able group fare. The group travel or­gan­iser will re­ceive an ab­so­lutely free re­turn ticket from Air Ni­ug­ini, with no ex­tra charges. A group with 30 peo­ple or more will earn the or­gan­iser two free tick­ets,” he said.

The pro­mo­tion ex­cludes travel to na­tional sport­ing ti­tles, funeral groups, reg­u­lar an­nual events and sev­eral other cat­e­gories.

The ‘Ab-Free’ pro­mo­tion started on June 30 and will con­tinue un­til the mid­dle of next year.

Just the ticket … Air Ni­ug­ini’s He­len Alu Da­mai ex­plains the air­line’s free ticket pro­mo­tion to cus­tomer Illa Warupi and her chil­dren, Cathy and Ogi, at the Busi­ness Travel Cen­tre at Port Moresby’s Har­bour City.

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