January 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;1/26/2007, Issue 34, p27
Trade Publication
The article reports on the increase in the demand for U.S. flights due to strong air capacity and competitive airfares according to Jo-Anna Palmer, president of See American Australia Organization. Airlines that have increased services include Jetstar, with its entry into the Hawaii market, United Airlines and Air New Zealand. Air Tahiti Nui has focused on the U.S. west coast in light of the increased demand for holidays that combine Tahiti and the U.S.


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