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Changi Dollar Voucher 2019: Free 20S$ to spend at Changi Airport when you transit

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Singapore Changi Airport is offering 20S$ to those who is transiting their airport through September 2019. Here is how to get the free 20S$ and use them on dining, lounge access or duty-free Shopping. If your trip starts in China, you get 40S$.

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#redcarpettrip: Free S$40 Singapore Transit Vouchers

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Singapore Airlines and Singapore Changi Airport jointly offer a promotion to passengers who fly on Singapore Airlines/SilkAir and are transiting Singapore, to give them S$40 vouchers for spending on an item of their choice at the airport, or even for lounge access/showers.

You’ll find all the details about the promotion inside, and how to obtain and redeem your S$40 as well!

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Get Gold Coins to travel SilkAir Business Class from India

I’ve been around in the miles and points world for a reasonable bit, and I’ve done some convoluted stuff sometimes to maximise my miles & points, but I’ve never heard of someone handing out gold coins to get passengers. But amusing stuff does happen in the air travel business. To celebrate their 25th Anniversary (read as, appeal to the love for gold in South India), Silk Air is offering up to two 4 Gram 24 Karat Gold coins for those who choose to fly SilkAir business class from India to Singapore or onwards. SilkAir operates from the following stations in India: Kochi (COK) Coimbatore (CJB) Trivandrum (TRV) Visakhapatnam (VTZ) Hyderabad (HYD) Bangalore (BLR) Chennai (MAA) Kolkata (CCU) If you’re interested,…

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Virgin Australia and Singapore Airlines alliance to launch in a week…

Alliances are not a matter of choice but a matter of need for airlines in Australia for a network that extends their own and gets them to serve flyers who want to travel all over the place. In the case of Qantas, they have the oneworld allliance by their side. But considering Virgin does not like getting into alliances, or at least not just yet, they have been working with an interlining strategy so far where they have a network of partners such as Etihad, Delta and Virgin Atlantic to complete their network.However, they now have an alliance with Singapore Airlines, which should be a gamechanger in feeding traffic to their domestic network from the hub of SIN. The alliance,…

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