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SIA To Expand Boarding Pass Privileges Programme

02 April 2004
Singapore Airlines To Expand Boarding Pass Privileges Programme

Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) Boarding Pass Privileges programme has expanded to include new promotions covering dining, shopping, and entertainment.

The programme, first launched in January 2004, enables all SIA passengers to enjoy extra benefits through SIA’s partners. Highlights in the coming months include:

- Food Glorious Food: In Singapore passengers can enjoy discounts of up to 15 per cent when dining in any of the Tung Lok Group’s 18 eateries. These include the popular My Humble House at the Esplanade Mall, Jade at The Fullerton Hotel, and Lao Beijing at Plaza Singapura and Novena Square.

- Shopping and Entertainment: Exclusive discounts and vouchers when passengers shop at both Raffles City and Scotts Shopping Centres. In addition, visitors to “The Lord of the Rings Motion Picture Trilogy – The Exhibition” at the Singapore Science Centre will receive a 20% discount off adult admission tickets.

- A Room to Rest: Up to 75 per cent off published rates at 42 selected properties from Raffles International Hotels & Resorts and Millennium & Copthorne International Hotels located in 27 cities across 16 countries. They will also receive 500 KrisFlyer bonus miles, and where available, enjoy free daily breakfast and late check-outs.

To take advantage of these exclusive offers, SIA passengers simply need to present a valid SIA boarding pass at participating outlets within seven days of their flight. Travellers can make their hotel reservations through the SIA website or travel agents before departure and present their boarding passes when checking into the hotel.

For a complete list of promotions and offers under this programme and to make hotel reservations, please visit www.singaporeair.com/boardingpass.

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