Destinations

Why selling New Caledonia is a breeze

Kate Webster

Offering New Caledonia as an option for a Pacific island getaway to clients just got easy thanks to a sale fare from Aircalin and informative New Caledonia Tourism events where travel agents can learn all they need to know about one of Australia’s closest neighbours.

Flying direct on New Caledonia’s official airline, Aircalin, you can be in Noumea within 2 hours flying time from Brisbane, under 3 hours from Sydney and less than 4 hours from Melbourne.

Aircalin has launched their Island Getaway Sale, flying return to New Caledonia from only $599* including taxes, from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. On sale from 11 July 2016 to 31 July 2016 and valid for travel between, 11 July 2016 to 10 December 2016 inclusive, travellers can enjoy the perfect Island getaway offering pristine beaches, friendly locals, amazing French food and wine.

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.

For those travel agents who are unsure of what is on offer in New Caledonia, or even if you want to get up to date on any new offerings, New Caledonia Tourism is on the road showcasing its distinct blend of Melanesian tradition and French sophistication with a series of ‘Soirées’ the coming month as a part of the tourism board’s annual trade roadshow.

So far the events have been a great success with agents enjoying free-flowing champagne and a series of interactive educational games providing agents with the chance to win fantastic prizes, including all-inclusive holidays to New Caledonia.

Spaces are limited, and with Melbourne especially selling out fast, click here to register for Melbourne now.

The roadshows will take place in the following cities:

Auckland

Date: 25 July, 2016

Address: The Wharf, 2 Queen Street, Northcote

Time: 6pm

Register for the roadshow click here.

Melbourne

Date: 26 July, 2016

Address: Aerial, 17 Dukes Walk, South Wharf

Time: 6pm

Register for the roadshow click here.

Brisbane

Date: 27 July, 2016

Address: Lightspace, 30 Light Street, Fortitude Valley

Time: 6pm

Register for the roadshow click here.

Sydney

Date: 28 July, 2016

Address: Sheraton Darling Harbour, 161 Sussex Street

Time: 6pm

Register for the roadshow click here.

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