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Cheap seats to New Caledonia – need we say more?

Daisy Melwani

Aircalin has started the year with a bang offering slashed rates in its “Happy New Year Sale”.

From only $579 Aircalin Australia is offering passengers return flights to Noumea including taxes.

Relax and enjoy the world’s largest lagoon and soak up the sun in Noumea. This is the perfect island escape being only 2 hours flying time from Brisbane, under 3 hours from Sydney and less than 4 hours from Melbourne flying on direct services with Aircalin.

The sale period is from 06 January 2017 to 27 January 2017, with travel allowed between, 01 February 2017 to 30 September 2017 inclusive. Prices quoted are return gross airfares and include all taxes. (Surcharge dates may apply)

• Sydney to Noumea: from $ 579 return* • Brisbane to Noumea: from $ 579 return* • Melbourne to Noumea: from $ 629 return*

These discounted airfares have protected inventory on every flight in each direction to ensure excellent availability for the Australian market and are booked in W-class.

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