From the South Pacific

May 7, 2014

Travel from the island nations of the South Pacific to Australia is easily accomplished with frequent non-stop departures from Manila, Nadi, Papeete, Port Moresby, the Cook Islands and many more.  Flights into Cairns and Brisbane are as plentiful as those direct to Sydney.  Carriers on these routes tend to be the international flagship airline of their respective country.

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