G’day Singapore!


The sounds of Australia echoed around Singapore as British Airways hosted a series of musical performances to celebrate the launch of its special fares from Singapore to Sydney.

With British Airways cabin crew at his side, local didgeridoo performer Reggie Perera – who was trained by elders in the northern territory of Australia – performed a selection of traditional didgeridoo songs in front of large crowds at the Merlion Park and One Fullerton.

British Airways customers can now take advantage of great value return fares to Sydney starting from just S$688 in World Traveller economy class and S$1,238 in World Traveller Plus premium economy class. The offer is valid for booking until November 4 2013, for travel between October 17, 2013 and June 30, 2014.

“We have a long and proud tradition of flying between Singapore and Australia. Not only is Sydney a dynamic and exciting city in itself, but it is also a gateway to the country’s many majestic sights and sounds, experiences that can only be found in Australia; so it is little wonder why Sydney is becoming an increasingly popular destination for Singaporean holidaymakers,” said Robert Williams, British Airways regional general manager, South East Asia. “With our fantastic promotional fares, now is a great time to book a trip down under with the guarantee of travelling in style and comfort.”

British Airways operates a daily service between Singapore Changi and Sydney Kingsford Smith. The winter flight schedule enables British Airways passengers to escape to Sydney for a long weekend break.  Flights depart Changi in the evening, arriving in Sydney in the morning giving passengers a full day to explore.  Return flights depart Sydney in the late afternoon.

The airline operates the Boeing 777-300ER on all flights between Singapore and Sydney. The aircraft is fitted with British Airways’ next-generation First class, as well as its new World Traveller economy and World Traveller Plus premium economy cabins. It also features 56 fully-flat beds in the ever-popular Club World cabin. All cabins are also equipped with the latest inflight entertainment, providing passengers with wider screens, over 230 TV programmes, 70 films and more than 400 audio and radio selections.

On October 15, 2013, British Airways was named “Best Airline”, “Best Airport Lounge”, “Best Frequent Flyer Programme” and “Best First Class” by readers of BusinessTraveller magazine. 

Source = British Airways
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