Good news! Singapore Airlines (SIA) has just launched a special fare program to bring travelers exclusive deals to some of its most fascinating destinations this fall. Every Wednesday for the next six weeks, SIA will reveal a new destination on www.singaporeair.com and www.Facebook.com/SingaporeAir.
Naturally, Singapore was the first locale to be revealed and it’s one of my favorite city’s as it’s Asia’s epicenter for dining, shopping and fun.
From any of SIA’s U.S. gateways to Singapore, from $999 per-person, the deal includes round-trip flights aboard SIA’s award-winning Economy Class, including fuel surcharges and taxes.
Tickets are available for purchase through June 18, 2013 for travel between August 18 and November 15, 2013. Fares are subject to change without notice and blackout dates may apply. Seats are limited.
FYI: Travel expert Chris McGinnis of Travel Skills Group and myself (JohnnyJet.com) will be hosting our popular Twitter chat #TravelSkills with SIA on Friday, June 14 and June 28 at 12:00 p.m. EDT/9 a.m. PDT. The chats will discuss the latest airfare deals and destinations, while offering key travel tips and expertise.
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