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Great fares to celebrate Singapore Airlines 70th anniversary

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Singapore Airlines together with SilkAir, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines (SIA), are offering attractive Business Class and Economy Class fares to selected destinations, giving more reasons for customers to travel to their preferred destinations. 

If you have not bought your tickets yet, there is still a chance to purchase Business Class or Economy Class tickets to Singapore, Melbourne, Perth, Malaysia, Thailand, China, Japan, and USA. 
In addition, Singapore Airlines and SilkAir are also offering the ‘Great Singapore Getaway’ package which includes a return air ticket on Economy Class, two nights hotel accommodation (including breakfast) from a choice of quality hotels such as Hotel Boss, Days Hotel, Hotel Royal, Grand Pacific, Mirama, Excelsior, Furama City Centre, and return airport – hotel transfers on seat in coach basis. Additional night rates are also available if an extension in Singapore is required. The starting price will be Rs.56,600 per person on Singapore Airlines.

Singapore Airlines operates seven times weekly services on the A330 aircraft between Colombo and Singapore, while SilkAir operates three times weekly between Colombo and Singapore in the mornings. 

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