STYLISH NEW STORE FOR STUDENT FLIGHTS

STYLISH NEW STORE FOR STUDENT FLIGHTS

AUSTRALIAN-owned Student Flights has opened the doors to its flagship store at the recently refurbished Pacific Fair Shopping Centre.

Established in 1995, the travel company has marked a number of milestones with the new addition being the 80th store and the first and only store in Australia with a digital screen.

Student Flights' Sean Martin says the business endeavours to provide exclusive student and youth airfare and travel discounts to help younger generations achieve world exposure.

"Over the past 10 years Student Flights has doubled our store footprint and is set to reach 85 stores nationally by mid-2016," Martin says.

"Student Flights is the only travel brand in Australia that can offer full-time students and youths unique travel advice with many of our travel consultants having spent much of their own time exploring the world.

"We pride ourselves on being able to bring unique and valued travel deals when and where our clients want them and we aim to help the travellers of the future celebrate authenticity, giving them the chance to express their uniqueness and individuality through the places they visit and the experiences they have.

"If we can help an entire generation catch the travel bug, than we know our job is done."

The brand will celebrate with its exclusive Black Market Flights to Europe and discounts off tour providers.

Full-time students and customers under 26 years old will be able to access return flights to Europe with Etihad for $1199 with Black Market Flights.

"We will also be offering travellers 15 per cent off 2016 tours with Contiki, Topdeck, Busabout and Geckos Adventures," Martin says.

"Return flights to Europe with a full-service airline at this low price are often unheard of and this exclusive Student Flights offer is available to travellers who visit the Pacific Fair store over the weekend to celebrate our opening."

Stephen Gainer will lead the new Pacific Fair store with a team of five consultants.

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