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Pack your bags and fly straight to New Zealand!

27 May Pack your bags and fly straight to New Zealand!

AUCKLAND WELCOMES PHILIPPINE AIRLINES

Aye, aye! Ready to fly!
Aye, aye! Ready to fly!

Direct flights from Manila, Philippines to Auckland, New Zealand will now be experienced by travelers, visitors, and students from both countries, come December 2015. It will be the first time that the Philippine Airlines will operate in New Zealand. Very timely indeed, especially since a growing number of Filipinos, some 40,000 families, are now residing in New Zealand. The Philippines is also becoming a popular holiday destination to Kiwis (New Zealanders). Not to mention, New Zealand economy experienced a solid growth from the Philippine market from the recent years, thanks to Filipino migrants including those who are currently studying in one of the countries leading the education industry, and this new development will be an addition to that. To say that this is a convenient and beneficial set-up for both countries is an understatement.

“I am considering studying Early Childhood Education in New Zealand this year. Hearing this news gave me all the more reason to be excited and to head to New Zealand the soonest time possible. No more long waiting time and exhausting connecting flights. Hopefully when I fly to New Zealand, I will be flying over with great pride because I am on a direct flight from an airline with a Philippine flag on it!” says Amiel Sentosa, future New Zealand international student.

The Philippine Airlines will bring in happy and eager Filipinos to New Zealand (and vice versa!) four days a week using an Airbus A320 with a stopover at Cairns, Australia.

Buckle up your seatbelts and fly to New Zealand now! Click here for more details.

Source: The New Zealand Herald

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