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Explore the Paradise of Fiji and other Pacific Islands from SGD 1,900

From: Air New Zealand

Explore the Paradise of Fiji and other Pacific Islands from SGD 1,900
  • 30 Jun 2016
  • SGD 1,900
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Explore the Paradise of Fiji and other Pacific Islands from SGD 1,900 1

Air New Zealand offers direct flights from Singapore to Auckland daily, and connects to the Pacific Islands.
Plan your island retreat now!

Destination (via Auckland)

Economy
round trip from
Premium Economy
round trip from
Business Premier
round trip from
Fiji S$1,900* S$3,350* S$7,438*
Tahiti S$2,198* S$3,648* S$7,736*
Cook Islands S$2,165* S$3,615* S$7,702*



*All prices are quoted in SGD. Singapore to Pacific Island round-trip fare includes a tax and fuel surcharge of SGD480-620. Tax is subject to currency exchange fluctuation. Final tax amount will be calculated upon confirmation of booking. The above fare is valid for round-trip travel on Air New Zealand from Singapore to the Pacific Island in booking class G (Economy), O (Premium Economy), J (Business Premier). Stopover in Auckland in each direction is allowed free of charge and must be booked in same transaction as the Singapore - Pacific Islands flights. Seats are limited for the above fare and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Passenger must book online at airnewzealand.com.sg. Cancellations and changes are NOT allowed. Service fees apply. Additional payment may also be required if original fare not available or applicable. Tickets are not transferable to another person. Air New Zealand reserves the right to change the above conditions and any routing exclusion without prior notice. See other fare conditions. Other restrictions may apply.

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