Wednesday, 18 January 2012

SEAIR offers promo fares from Clark to 3 regional destinations


Manila Bulletin
http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/348461/seair-offers-promo-fares-clark-3-regional-destinations

MANILA, Philippines — South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR), the Philippines’ premier leisure airline, is offering a special “Buy 2, Take 1” promo on flights from Clark to Bangkok, Singapore, and Hong Kong until January 25, 2012. The free airfare for every third passenger is valid for limited seats in flights booked online via www.FlySeair.com.

Promo is valid for travel on May 1 to June 30, 2012 for Hong Kong, February 1 to June 30, 2012 for Singapore, and March 1 to May 31, 2012 for Bangkok.

SEAIR also announced that it will increase its Clark-Bangkok-Clark flights to five times a week starting May 4, 2012. It will add flights on Fridays and Sundays to its current itinerary of Saturday, Monday, and Wednesday flights.

From March to June, the Bangkok summer calendar is filled with traditional celebrations such as the Makha Bucha Buddhist full moon festival on March 7 when worshippers flock the temples for the wian tian candlelight procession, the Songkran or Thai New Year on April 13-15 which is usually celebrated with ‘water-throwing’ to symbolize purification, and Coronation Day on May 5 which honors the king of Thailand. Modern festivities include the Bangkok International Fashion Week slated for mid-Marchand La Fete music festival in June.

SEAIR distributes its international seats at www.tigerairways.com, through its partnership with Tiger Airways. It is the first Tiger Airways Partner Airline in the Asia Pacific. The airline uses the 144-seater Airbus 319 aircraft for all its regional flights.

SEAIR is the Philippines' second oldest airline, and is the first airline basedin Clark. It has the reputation of having pioneered commercial flights to the country's fastest growing tourist destinations including Boracay, Batanes, and northern Palawan. Now on its 16th year of operation, SEAIR is expanding its reach regionally with its jet services to Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Macau.

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