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SilkAir 'A Joy to Fly' Roadshow 2015

From: SilkAir

SilkAir 'A Joy to Fly' Roadshow 2015
  • 03 Feb 2015
  • SGD 198
Highlights


Filled with fun games and exciting prizes, you can expect exclusive deals on travel packages and a chance to win flights to Denpasar (Bali), Yogyakarta or a trip to Cairns inclusive of accommodation and a cruise to Great Barrier Reef in the SilkAir lucky draw. Come on over and discover why SilkAir is such a joy to fly!


 

Spin-to-Win Sponsors:
AIG, Shangri-La Tanjung Aru Resort Spa, and  Shangri-La Mactan Resort Spa.

Games and Goodie Bags Sponsors:
ANZ, Dian Xiao Er, Resorts World Singapore, Tourism Authority of Thailand, Tourism Northern Territory & Tourism Events Queensland.




 

Terms and conditions:

1. Packaged fares include return Economy Class air ticket on SilkAir originating out of Singapore, hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis and return airport-hotel-airport-transfers.
2. Air fares include complimentary 30kg check-in baggage allowance, seat selection, inflight meals, where applicable, and they exclude associated tax and surcharges ranging from $170 to $480.
3. Bookings are to be made only through SilkAir authorised agent, PriceBreaker, from 27th January to 3rd February 2015.
4. An accompanying child (2-12 years old) or Senior Citizen (above 55 years old) with every adult flies free.
5. Payment must be made by MasterCard
6. Packaged fares quoted are for travel from 23rd February to 28th May 2015. Black out dates apply. Tickets are strictly not refundable, and change of flight, date or passenger name is not permitted. Subject to seat availability.
7. Packaged fares are correct at time of upload and are subject to change without prior notice.
8. ANZ Bank and other terms and condtions apply.

Note : All travel products (tour packages, travel deals, cruises packages etc) featured are offered by third party providers. As such, the details such as itineraries, pricing and availability are subjected to changes and they should always be confirmed with the relevant providers.