Sweet Deals' from Singapore Airlines to boost travel to Singapore
Mumbai, Mar 13 (UNI) In a bid to boost travel to Singapore, leading global air-carrier, Singapore Airlines today launched a major promotional drive by reducing nearly 24 per cent on its current lowest price, christening it the 'sweet deals' offer, a press release said.
Now for Rs 11,555, exluding the taxes and the surcharges, a traveller can fly to Singapore ex-Mumbai and return in the economy class. Travellers can also extend their travel to Kuala Lumpur and/or Penang without any additional fare charge, a company release today said.
This offer is valid for travel out of Mumbai on day flight SQ 421 Monday to Friday only and return via any flight from Singapore.
Announcing this special offer General Manager-India Singapore Airlines B K Ong said, ''The increased purchasing power and changing lifestyle of the urban middle-class has led to a steady growth in travel to South-East Asia. Our current promotion, with attractive prices, endeavours to further encourage this trend.'' Singapore Airlines, which started operations to Chennai in 1972, presently operates 47 weekly flights to eight destinations in India.
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