Sun comes up on Air New Zealand’s Dawn Deals
Air New Zealand’s Dawn Deals campaign is inspired by the airline’s new Where to next? brand campaign and features sunrises from across Air New Zealand’s network. It will run for the next four Fridays, beginning Friday 14 August.
On the Thursday evening preceding each Friday sale, a countdown to the destinations will begin on wheretonext.nz. Only when the sun comes up in the destination will the incredible deal be revealed and tickets go on sale.
Building the suspense and providing inspiration for would be travellers waiting to snap up a great fare, live webcams will stream the sun rising from around 30 minutes prior to sunrise in each destination.
Air New Zealand Group General Manager New Zealand and Pacific Louise Struthers says customers should get in quick as fares are limited and will sell out fast.
“While I won’t spoil the surprise, customers can expect fares to some of our long haul destinations from $399 one way, with one way fares on some Pacific Island routes from $99 and other fantastic Tasman and domestic deals.”
There’ll be four Dawn Deal Fridays to great destinations in New Zealand and around the world: Friday 14 August, Friday 21 August, Friday 28 August and Friday 4 September.
Your Where to next? could be one of our Dawn Deals. So, check out the incredible deals when the sun comes up as the early bird catches the worm.
For more information about Air New Zealand’s Dawn Deals visit wheretonext.nz.
Issued by Air New Zealand Public Affairs ph +64 21 747 320
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