Check out the latest promos and developments from different airline companies
Emirates’ global fare promotion
It’s never too early to plan for the next adventure, especially when it comes to treating the travel bug. Travelers will have fun curating another bumper year of travel with Emirates’ 2019 global fare promotion.
For a limited time, jet-setters in the Philippines can look forward to great deals to key destinations in Emirates’ global network with special business and economy class fares.
With return fares starting at less than $900, travelers have another compelling reason to embark on new adventures in 2019. Even better, Emirates’ global network of destinations will enable all travelers — whether they be daredevils, culture curious or wellness enthusiasts — to plan their dream holidays ahead of time.
Economy class tickets from $849 and business class tickets from $2,179 can be booked from 7 to 27 January, with featured fares exclusively available online at www.emirates.com/ph from 7 to 17 January. All flights in the promo are for travel between 21 January and 31 December 2019. Blackout periods and other terms and conditions apply.
For more information on Emirates, including how to book flights and a complete list of terms and conditions, contact your travel agent or visit https://www.emirates.com/ph/english/.
City of Dreams partnership with PAL
Luxury integrated resort City of Dreams (CoD) Manila partnered with the country’s flag-carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) to provide Dream Rewards Club card members the option to convert their Dream Rewards points to Mabuhay Miles.
CoD Manila’s senior vice president and chief operating officer Kevin Benning and PAL president and chief operating officer Jaime Bautista inked the agreement, along with CoD director for Casino Events & Promotions and Database Administration Queeny Filart, VP for Gaming Operations Roger Lwin, director for Marketing Operations Nathan Sorenson; and PAL executive VP/treasurer and chief administrative officer Stewart Lim and Mabuhay Miles’ general manager Kevin Hartigan-Go and director of Commercial Group Marietta Casanova.
Scoot relocates from Changi
Scoot will be moving its operations from Terminal 2 (T2) to Terminal 1 (T1) of Singapore Changi Airport in the last quarter of 2019. The shift to T1 will facilitate Scoot’s growth plans and bring an enhanced experience to its customers.
Scoot projects double-digit annual growth over the next three years. At the same time, from a recent post-flight customer feedback survey conducted by Scoot, one key touchpoint that the airline wants to enhance is the check-in and boarding process.
To better support airlines for future growth, Changi Airport has been undertaking upgrading works to expand the passenger handling capacity of T1, with the project expected to be fully completed in 2019.
More details of Scoot’s move to T1 will be announced when available.
AirAsia promo seats
AirAsia welcomes the new year with 1.9 million promo seats up for grabs. The AirAsia Group is offering promo seats to over 130 destinations across Southeast Asia and stretching across Asia, Australia and New Zealand and the Middle East.
Enjoy promotional all-in BIG Loyalty members fares from as low as P519 for flights from Manila, Clark, Cebu and Cagayan de Oro.
AirAsia Philippines chief executive officer Captain Dexter Comendador said, “We are kicking off 2019 with a bang that extends from the Philippines to the whole of AirAsia Group’s massive network from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, India and Japan.”
International flights from Manila, Cebu, Kalibo and Clark are also up for grabs with promo seats on sale starting today until 20 January for immediate travel until 31 July.
Keep updated with AirAsia’s latest promotion and activities via twitter (@AirAsiaFilipino), Facebook (facebook.com/AirAsiaPH) and on Instagram (@AirAsiaFilipino).
Delta One comfort
If you’re traveling for more than 20 hours and have to go straight to your first event right after landing, choose Delta One for its unparalleled comfort, privacy and luxury. Arrive at your destination well-rested and refreshed with exceptional services and amenities such as: 180-degree flat-bed seats, featuring Westin Heavenly in-flight bedding; a refined dining experience including chef-curated menus served on Alessi service ware and wines selected by master sommelier Andrea Robinson; in-seat power and USB outlets, seat-back entertainment screens with free entertainment, noise-canceling LSTN headsets and a TUMI amenity kit with Kiehl’s products; complimentary Delta Sky Club access on day of your flight; and Sky Priority check-in, security and baggage handling and Premium Boarding.
The Delta One suite offers each customer a private space accessed by a sliding door with thoughtfully designed personal stowage areas, an advanced in-flight entertainment system and premium trim and finishes to create an unparalleled business class experience with a comfortable, residential feel.
If your international flight is less rushed but you’d still like to make the most of your time, fly with Delta Premium Select. You’ll enjoy your trip right from the start as the added features and amenities on this cabin will let you feel relaxed and completely content in the air.
If you prioritize convenience and want a step up from the main cabin, fly at ease with Delta Comfort +. You get dedicated space with up to four inches of extra legroom, and your own overhead bin just for your items.
Delta One and Delta Comfort+ are currently available on the flight (B767) between Manila and Narita, and Narita and Portland. Delta One Suite and Delta Premium Select are currently available on Narita-Detroit (A350) and Haneda-Minneapolis (B777) and will be available on Narita-Seattle (A350) and Narita-Atlanta (B777) from 2 March and Haneda-Los Angeles (A350) from 1 April. Book your flights today at www.delta.com.
Haneda is another airport in Tokyo and not connewcted to Delta’s Manila-Narita flights.