Market for Air Travels (Singapore)
44 views | +0 today
Follow
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by LynetteSoh
Scoop.it!

Singapore Tourism Board launches Sin$90 Million BOOST Campaign

Singapore Tourism Board launches Sin$90 Million BOOST Campaign | Market for Air Travels (Singapore) | Scoop.it
Singapore Tourism Board launches Sin$90 Million BOOST Campaign. The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has launched a Sin$90 million BOOST (Building On Opportunities to Strengthen Tourism) initiative aimed at helping the tourism sector ride through these challenging times.
LynetteSoh's insight:

(although, "asiatravaeltips.com" may not be a particularly established source)

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by LynetteSoh
Scoop.it!

Budget airlines race to meet demand in Asia - FT.com

Budget airlines race to meet demand in Asia - FT.com | Market for Air Travels (Singapore) | Scoop.it
Asia’s V-shaped recovery from the global financial crisis has triggered a boom among budget airlines in the region as carriers position to meet forecasts for rising traffic. With growth in gross domestic product in emerging Asia now forecast by the
LynetteSoh's insight:

You might not be able to read this if you don't have an FT subscription. Fret not. Just copy the title of the article, Google search it, and open the link from Google. You'd be able to access it. This is a good article.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by LynetteSoh
Scoop.it!

Asia Economic Institute : Singapore's Tourism Industry Hit Hard By 2008 Global Economic Downturn

Asia Economic Institute : Singapore's Tourism Industry Hit Hard By 2008 Global Economic Downturn | Market for Air Travels (Singapore) | Scoop.it
Singapore, a small but vibrant Southeast Asian country of 4.6 million people, is seeing a significant decline in tourist visits amid the global economic downturn.
LynetteSoh's insight:

Look out for STB's efforts to boost the tourism industry after the shock in 2008.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by LynetteSoh
Scoop.it!

SINGAPORE AIRLINES’ A380 TO FLY TO ZURICH

SINGAPORE AIRLINES’ A380 TO FLY TO ZURICH | Market for Air Travels (Singapore) | Scoop.it
14 January 2010 - Zurich will be the third city in Europe and the seventh in Singapore Airlines��� network to receive the A380. The Airline started operating the superjumbo in October 2007 to Sydney and subsequently added services to London, Tokyo, Paris, Hong Kong and Melbourne.
LynetteSoh's insight:

New aircraft with larger capacity servicing SIA flyers!

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by LynetteSoh
Scoop.it!

SIA And EgyptAir Expand Codeshare Agreement

SIA And EgyptAir Expand Codeshare Agreement | Market for Air Travels (Singapore) | Scoop.it
19 May 2009 - From 1 June, Singapore Airlines’ customers will be able to enjoy daily flights between Singapore and Cairo as a result of an expanded codeshare agreement with EgyptAir.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by LynetteSoh
Scoop.it!

India, Singapore sign Joint Action Plan on tourism cooperation

NEW DELHI: India and Singapore signed a Joint Action Plan on tourism cooperation here on Tuesday. At the signing ceremony, the Indian side was represented by Sujit Banerjee, Secretary (Tourism),...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by LynetteSoh
Scoop.it!

Medical tourism: Have illness, will travel - CNN.com

Medical tourism: Have illness, will travel - CNN.com | Market for Air Travels (Singapore) | Scoop.it
Medical tourism is one of the hottest topics in health care as patients around the world are increasingly traveling abroad for treatment.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by LynetteSoh
Scoop.it!

Singapore Economy Expands 26% on Tourism, Services Jump

Singapore Economy Expands 26% on Tourism, Services Jump | Market for Air Travels (Singapore) | Scoop.it
Singapore’s growth accelerated to a record 18.1 percent pace in the first half of 2010, spurring the currency and putting the island on course to overtake China as Asia’s fastest-growing economy this year.
LynetteSoh's insight:

This article is interesting. On the one hand, local tourism is boosting Economic Growth. On the other hand, Economic Recovery from the 2008 Recession boosted the local tourism industry.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by LynetteSoh
Scoop.it!

2009 Reasons to visit Singapore - YouTube

Time to be a part of "2009 Reasons to visit Singapore" and enjoy all possible privileges
LynetteSoh's insight:

STB's strategy in 2009

more...
No comment yet.