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Landmark charter flight brings Japanese visitors to Alice Springs

Alice Springs has welcomed its first charter flight from Japan in more than 10 years.

The first of a series of flights from Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka was operated by JTB World Vacations, with visitors arriving on a Dreamliner 787-800.

The services are expected to generate an additional 1440 visitor nights and up to $2 million in visitor spend in the Northern Territory.


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