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Newcastle Jets Mystery Players Come to Coffs Harbour

October 13th, 2016

Mystery Guests Jet Into Coffs in FlyPelican’s First Newcastle-Coffs Flight

The inaugural FlyPelican Newcastle-Coffs service will land at Coffs Harbour Regional Airport on Monday, October 17, with two very special mystery guests on board from the Newcastle Jets football team.

Not 24 hours after playing their A-League Round Two home encounter against Brisbane Roar, two mystery Jets’ players will be on board the Coffs-bound flight for a meet and greet at the Coffs Harbour Airport.

Football fans are welcome to come out between 12:15pm and 1:00pm to meet the mystery guests and get an autograph or take a picture with them.

The surprise visit is a welcome one and will help build excitement for the first ever Westfield W-League/Hyundai A-League double header to be held in Coffs Harbour, on January 27, 2017. Newcastle Jets will host Melbourne City in Round 17 of the 2016/17 A-League season.

Paul Graham, CEO of FlyPelican, said: “A regular passenger air services between Newcastle and Coffs Harbour is long overdue and we are thrilled to be expanding our network and linking these cities with 50 minute flights at very affordable prices. ”

FlyPelican one-way fares will start from just $99 inclusive of all taxes. Flights can be purchased directly from the FlyPelican website www.flypelican.com.au Flights will leave Newcastle at 11.40am and return from Coffs Harbour at 1pm every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. On Sundays, flights will leave Newcastle at 1pm and return from Coffs Harbour at 3pm.

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