The New Zealand Travel Brokers team has nominated supplier reps that have gone the extra mile over the past couple of challenging months.
Agents who sell a Singapore Airlines ticket and book a Singapore Stopover Holiday in the same itinerary will be into win return Premium Economy Class flights for two to Singapore, with accommodation and Singapore Explorer Plus passes.
The Travel Corporation and Air New Zealand have revealed the lunch destination for the World On A Plate sales incentive – Singapore. Known as ‘food heaven’, the city-island-nation boasts a fusion of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Peranakan cultures that have created Singapore’s local cuisine and food traditions.
A ground-up rebuild of the Singapore Airlines mobile app has resulted in enhanced booking and check-in flows, improving transaction time by up to 60%.
Singapore Airlines hosted 100 Christchurch travel agents to an A350 promotional evening this week, held at the South Bar, Christchurch Airport.
The winner of the Te Papa the Scale of our War Gallipoli exhibition competition, sponsored by Innovative Travel and Singapore Airlines, attended a special prize presentation last week at Te Papa Museum.
Swiss-Belhotel International is inviting members of KrisFlyer, Singapore Airlines’ frequent flyer programme, to earn triple miles when staying at its properties in Australia and New Zealand.
Singapore Airlines hosted a wine tasting event at Coley & Punch in Auckland last night – building up to its Winetopia event today.
Singapore Airlines will launch the world’s longest commercial flights in October, with non-stop services between Singapore and New York using the new Airbus A350-900ULR (ultralong-range).
Flights are to be launched on 11 October 2018, to EWR. The route will initially be served three times a week, departing Singapore on Monday, Thursday and Saturday. SIA is the world’s first customer for the new A350-900ULR, with seven on firm order with Airbus. The aircraft will be configured in a two-class layout, with 67 Business Class seats and 94 Premium Economy Class seats. Tickets are being made available for sale progressively across the various booking channels.
One year into a three-year transformation programme focused on improving revenue generation and reducing wastage has now progressed to Singapore Airlines moving into a ‘growth phase’ of fleet, capacity and frequency.