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Fly to Europe And Get a Free Pacific Trip

NEWS RELEASE
17th October 2005

Fly to Europe And Get a Free Pacific Trip

Singapore Airlines’ EarlyBird Special Europe fares launched today

Travellers buying tickets during Singapore Airlines’ major annual EarlyBird sale will get more than just a great fare to Europe if they book before 15 December.

The EarlyBird fare, priced from $1899 plus taxes, comes with an additional 5000 EarlyBird bonus miles. Combining KrisFlyer miles earned from the Europe trip with the 5000 bonus miles will qualify customers for a free domestic, trans-Tasman or 5000 EarlyBird bonus miles Pacific Island* flight.

Customers booking EarlyBird tickets will also be in with a chance to win an upgrade to fly in Singapore Airlines’ multi-award-winning Raffles Class, featuring the luxurious SpaceBed.

“We offer a major Earlybird sale to our ten European destinations every year and fares on Singapore Airlines have never been lower than the $1899 currently on offer to this popular and key region,” comments Singapore Airlines General Manager New Zealand Sak-Hin Chin.

“To celebrate these special fares, we’re delighted to offer the additional bonus miles which will mean customers can start planning for their next trip to Australia or the Pacific,” he added.

Visit www.singaporeair.co.nz or your local travel agent to access these fares.

*Excluding Honolulu.

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