Low-cost carrier Scoot is having a significant effect on bringing more travellers to Australia.
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Scoot, Singapore Airlines’ low-cost airline, has added another Chinese destination in Nanjing.
Singapore Airlines has signed agreements with six tourism organisations in Australia in line with the Airline’s ongoing efforts to promote tourism to the country.
In a boost for inbound tourism, Virgin Australia and Singapore Airlines have expanded their codeshare agreement on SQ services to the South Australian capital from Europe and the United Kingdom.
Singapore Airlines has launched in-flight connectivity as part of a USD$50 million programme to bring internet and mobile data services to customers, even when flying at 35,000ft.
Airlines are reporting strong bookings from Australia to London on the back of what’s being hailed one of the most successful Olympic Games in history.
Tourism Australia and Virgin Australia have signed a strategic AUD$6 million marketing memorandum of understanding aimed at using the airline’s growing network of international alliances to boost visitation from ten of Australia’s key overseas markets.
Singapore Airlines has upgraded its Singapore-London flights to three Airbus A380s per day, increasing capacity on the route by 17%.
Singapore Airlines’ new low-cost airline Scoot has announced the Gold Coast as its second destination in a significant boost to tourism to South East Queensland.
Virgin Australia is selling tickets on its new Sydney-Darwin service for $199 one-way in the lead-up to the commencement of flights on April 2, 2012.