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Fabulous Offer - Cheapest Holidays To Singapore

Singapore Airlines’ Fabulous Offer - Cheapest Holidays To Singapore

Singapore Airlines has today announced its largest global campaign ever – Singapore Airlines’ Fabulous Offer – with deep discounts on holidays to Singapore. The Offer is for sales from MONDAY 9 JUNE to Sunday 22 June.

Packages start at a very low NZ$855 for air fares and two nights accommodation (extra nights available at a charge), plus taxes and other levies. And those among the first 15,000 bookings worldwide on the Fabulous Offer package will be entitled to an extraordinary EARLY BIRD SPECIAL, that gives a further 50% discount on the package price.

“This is the first time ever that Singapore Airlines has mounted a global campaign of this extent to restore travel confidence in Singapore,” said Singapore Airlines’ General Manager New Zealand, Mr C W Foo.

“It’s very important that Singapore Airlines – together with our key industry partners – provide a united push to revive travel to Singapore and the region, and enhance Singapore Changi Airport’s position as the favourite regional hub.

“The travel industry has been very hard hit in the last few months but the time has come to put Singapore and the region back on the map,” Mr Foo said.

Working with the Singapore Hotel Association and the Association of Singapore Attractions, Singapore Airlines’ “Fabulous Offer” basic package includes:
- two night stays at a selection of the island’s leading hotels,
- a choice of free admission to top attractions such as The Night Safari and Sentosa - complimentary airport transfers, and
- use of the SIA hop-on bus, a Singapore Airlines’ service that enables visitors to visit the major attractions in and around the city.

The Fabulous Offer also includes travel to other points, including Bangkok, Manila, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Bali, Jakarta, Vietnam, Japan and Seoul.

Full details of the Fabulous Offer to Singapore are contained below and contain important consumer information.

Book: - From Monday 9 June to Sunday 22 June 2003

Travel: - From 16 June, to be completed by 31 October 2003 - Valid for travel from Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch

Includes: - Economy Class air fares excluding taxes and charges, Twin Share accommodation for 2 nights, Airport Transfers, a choice of free admission to top attractions such as The Night Safari and Sentosa and free carriage on the SIA Hop-on bus

Prices: - All prices exclude service fees, airport taxes, and insurance charges - 50% discount applies to the first 15,000 customers worldwide

- Singapore: NZ$855 per person - Bangkok or Manila: NZ$1,041 per person - Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Bali or Jakarta: NZ$991 per person - Vietnam: NZ$1,191 per person - Japan or Seoul: NZ$1,540 per person

Booking: - Through your travel agent

Other: - No Frequent Flyer mileage accrual is available on these fares. - For full terms and conditions, consult your reservations agent.


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