Friday, March 18, 2016
Singapore Airlines’ Special A380 Flight to Bangkok for Songkran Festival and Amazing Deals for Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Phuket
Traveling to the exquisite cities of Thailand has always been a dream for many travellers. With the country’s rich tourism, travelers can find almost anything and everything – cultural and historical sites, white sand beaches, unique festivals and delightful cuisine, among others.
As Singapore Airlines continues its year-long celebration of its 50th Anniversary in the Philippines, the Airline is offering all-in special round trip Economy Class fares to Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and Phuket from just USD250 per passenger, valid for a minimum of two passengers travelling together on the same itinerary. Solo travelers also get an all-in exceptional deal from just USD280.
Special SIA A380 Flight to Bangkok
For travellers flying from 12-14 April 2016, they can experience flying on SIA A380 on flights SQ975 and SQ972 as the double-decker flies to Bangkok for the Songkran Festival to be held from 13-15 April 2016. The A380 is dubbed as the most comfortable and spacious aircraft ever to grace the skies, and Singapore Airlines is the first Airline to introduce the A380 to the market globally. Customers who will travel on the Singapore Airlines A380 will experience unsurpassed standards of luxury and sophistication in air travel.
Complimentary SGD20 shopping/dining voucher, 30kg baggage allowance and KrisFlyer miles
Passengers can also redeem an SGD20 Changi Dollar Voucher when they transit in Singapore. The Economy Class fares come with 30kg baggage allowance, delectable inflight meals and personal KrisWorld inflight entertainment system on Singapore Airlines flights. Customers will also earn KrisFlyer miles that can be redeemed for future flights. Travellers can sign up for free at krisflyer.com to start earning miles for their next adventure.
The special deals are available for bookings from 15 March 2016 to 4 April 2016, and for travel from 22 March 2016 – 31 December 2016. Singapore Airlines flies from Manila to Singapore four times daily which conveniently connect to Thailand. Passengers from Cebu and Davao can also fly to Singapore via SilkAir, which flies 12 times weekly from Cebu and nine times weekly from Davao.
Bookings can also be made through Singapore Airlines and SilkAir Ticketing & Reservations offices, participating travel agents, or via singaporeair.com. Customers can also download the Singapore Airlines mobile app for hassle-free ticket purchase.