summer just around the corner, Filipinos are in search for exciting
travel options to finally make their dream vacations a reality.
Whether travelling solo or jet-setting with family and friends,
Singapore Airlines (SIA) and SilkAir, in partnership with Mastercard,
has plenty of exciting deals and promotional offers to help you check
off your summer travel bucket list.
launch of its 70th Anniversary Companion Fare, KrisFlyer members and
Mastercard cardholders can look forward to experiencing SIA’s
premium brand of service and excellence with their families and
friends as they fly to destinations in Asia, Australia, and Europe –
all at exceptional rates, for travel from March 23 to August 31,
this companion scheme, full-paying travellers can bring one of their
companions, starting from an all-in fare of USD70 to destinations
like Singapore, Bali, Phuket, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi, and Kuala
Lumpur. Companion fares are also available for travellers going to
Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Canberra, Darwin, Melbourne, Sydney,
Perth, Wellington, Paris, London, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt,
Milan, Moscow, Munich, Rome, Istanbul, Zurich, and Stockholm,
starting from an all-in fare of USD370. Now there is definitely no
reason to leave anyone behind.
solo? Passengers who plan to explore the world alone are also in for
a treat with the airlines’ individual passenger promotional fares,
valid for travel from March 23 until December 31, 2017. All-in fares
to key Asian destinations are available from USD250, to Australia
from USD700 as well as New Zealand and Europe from USD970.
anniversary with these great deals from March 20 to 31, 2017 and
experience a great way to fly. For bookings and inquiries, visit
Singapore Airlines Ticket Office, call SIA Manila Reservations at
756-8888, SilkAir Cebu at 6332-505-7871, SilkAir Davao at
6382-227-5301, SilkAir Kalibo at 6336-500-7226, or contact any
participating travel agent. For more details on these promos, please
Airlines flies from Manila to Singapore four times daily, which
conveniently connects to onward flights to the rest of the world.
Passengers traveling from Cebu, Davao and Kalibo can fly to Singapore
via SilkAir, which flies 12 times weekly from Cebu, nine times weekly
from Davao, and three times weekly from Kalibo.