QF charity flight on sale

September 2005
Travel Trade;9/7/2005, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that tickets are on sale for the 2005 Qantas Pathfinders charity flight to Hamilton Island, Queensland, which aims to raise fund for deaf and blind children in Australia. Schedule of the annual day trip; Ticket cost; Programs and activities.


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