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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Originair, which operates between Nelson, Wellington and Palmerston North, is reassuring passengers that despite dropping numbers, they can book with confidence

    Originair, which operates between Nelson, Wellington and Palmerston North, is reassuring passengers that despite dropping numbers, they can book with confidence


    Chief executive Robert Inglis says even during these challenging times they don't plan on making changes to their schedule.

    He says because they're a small operation, they're nimble and have the ability to keep flying.

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