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Experience the ‘land of smiles’ with Air Vanuatu


Just over three hours flight from Sydney and two hours from Brisbane, Aussies are invited to wake-up in Vanuatu.

With Air Vanuatu, a holiday starts the moment the passenger steps on board. Greeted by the Ni-Vanuatu crew, with their renowned friendliness and warmth, guests are invited to sit back and relax, with a fully-inclusive service, all the way to the Melanesian paradise.

 

 

Now operating daily flights, departing from either Sydney or Brisbane, Air Vanuatu offers even more options for Aussies to experience the tranquil serenity of Vanuatu and her islands.

 

With Air Vanuatu all-inclusive means just that. Guests have access to unlimited inflight entertainment plus meal and bar service, so there are no hidden extras. Business class guests are also invited to dine at the best restaurant over the Pacific, with a five-course meal served with French champagnes and fine wines.

 

Air Vanuatu’s Boeing 737-800 aircraft took to the skies last year, bringing a new level of comfort across economy and business classes and an overall enhanced flight experience. The new aircraft features Boeing’s spacious ‘Sky Interior’ with drop down LCD wide screens, easily accessible entertainment directly via the passenger’s personal electronic devices. The roomier ‘Sky Interior’ and overhead lockers also enhance the overall architectural depth, adding comfort and ease. 

 

 

Guests can also opt for the cost-effective option of adding on an air pass fare when booking their international ticket, enabling access to more than 28 islands of Vanuatu, via Air Vanuatu’s 69 seat ATR72 aircraft. Two popular stops within this network include the breathtaking islands of Tanna, where visitors can get up-close to an active volcano, and Espiritu Santo, with stunning blue holes to explore.

 

Just over three hours flight from Sydney and two hours from Brisbane, Aussies are invited to wake-up in Vanuatu.  

 

Air Vanuatu offers direct flights from Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland. The airline also has domestic flights to 28 islands of Vanuatu, including a weekly direct flight from Brisbane to the island of Espiritu Santo. For more information or to book visit www.airvanuatu.com or call 1300 780 737

 


Published: 11 September 2017


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