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New Flight Service Between Auckland & Whangarei

Published: Wed 12 Sep 2018 02:52 PM
Fly My Sky, a New Zealand owned airline based at Auckland Airport which has pursued and received recognition for safety and best practice over the years, has announced the introduction of scheduled flights between Auckland and Whangarei, starting October 23rd 2018.
The scheduled flights will operate return journeys twice daily, Monday to Friday.
Fly My Sky General Manager, Grant Bacon, says that the introduction of the scheduled flights will give customers more choice and flexibility of travel time between the two cities.
The flight service will operate using Fly My Sky’s twin engine Britten Norman Islander aircraft, capable of transporting up to 9 passengers and accompanying luggage. Grant says that the aircraft, well respected around the world, are known for their great safety record and are a perfect fit for the journey between Auckland and Whangarei.
With over 38 years of experience in providing flight services, Fly My Sky has proven itself to be a consistently safe and reliable operator, well known for its daily flights between Auckland and Great Barrier Island.
Scheduled flights begin Tuesday 23rd October 2018 and bookings are available online at www.flymysky.co.nz or over the phone 0800 222 123.

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