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MacAir announces Cairns ? Bamaga services take off 23rd November
MacAir Airlines will commence flights between Cairns and Northern Peninsula Area (formerly Bamaga) 23rd November 2008. The service will initially operate on Sunday, with flights departing Cairns at 1030 and arriving into Bamaga at 1230, departing Bamaga at 1300 returning to Cairns at 1500. Additional weekday flights are planned to be introduced according to demand for travel between these destinations.
The services will be operated by a SAAB 340B aircraft - a fast, pressurized aircraft offering cabin class services and comfort. MacAir currently also operates SAAB 340B aircraft to Kowanyama and Edward River in Cape York.
To celebrate the introduction of these services, MacAir will be offering ‘early bird' fares, with flights starting from $150 each way. These special fares available for purchase online now, but for a limited time only so get in quick to avoid disappointment.
MacAir Airlines are a Qantas Frequent Flyer partner, with points earned on all MacAir commercial services.
MacAir flights can be booked online at www.macair.com.au, or with your preferred travel agent
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