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ATTN AGENTS: Score yourself free return flights to Vanuatu!

The Vanuatu Tourism Office and Air Vanuatu have teamed up to bring Aussie agents this fabulous incentive.

Four lucky agents will get return flights for themselves and a friend to their choice of tropical Port Vila (ex-SYD/BNE), or to the breathtaking island of Espiritu Santo (ex-BNE).

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To enter, all you have to do is sell Air Vanuatu from Sydney or Brisbane to one of Air Vanuatu’s international ports: Espiritu Santo or Port Vila, Efate.

The prize will be awarded to the top four agents who sell the most Air Vanuatu bookings throughout the month of October 2018.

To make it even easier for agents to be in the running, Air Vanuatu has just kicked-off amazing sale fares.

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Return economy flights from Brisbane to Port Vila, and its recently increased flight route from Brisbane to Espiritu Santo, both start from just $469; along with airfares from Sydney to Port Vila on special for as little as $499.

In addition, massive hotel discounts across Vanuatu are also available throughout early 2019, making it even easier and more affordable than ever to holiday in Vanuatu.

The incentive period runs from today until 31 October 2018.

Please note, these must be new bookings for customer’s travelling between 1 October 2018 and 31 March 2019.

The winner will be announced in November 2018 and can travel between April and December 2019 (excluding blackout dates).

For all the terms and conditions, and to start logging bookings, go here.

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