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Singapore Airlines is offering free passes for any two of its nine tourist hotspots to customers who choose to fly on its jumbo aircraft A380 from Delhi and Mumbai.
Flyers will also be entitled to two days of unlimited rides on the Singapore Airlines hop-on-bus, it said.
Customers can book their travel on the Singapore Airlines A380 flight from Mumbai and New Delhi to Singapore and receive free passes to two tourist attractions in Singapore along with two days of unlimited rides on the SIA Hop-on-Bus, the airline said in a statement.
Singapore Airlines is currently the only carrier which operates A380 aircraft to India. The airline operates the ‘superjumbo’ with total seating capacity of 471 seats (12 suites, 60 business and 399 economy class seats), on Delhi and Mumbai routes.
Gulf airline Emirates is slated to launch its A380 flights in the country on the 21st of this month.
Also, for bookings made until September 30, the airline has offered special economy class return fares to Singapore on the Singapore Airlines A380, starting from Rs 28,700 onwards, the statement added.