Singapore Airlines and Tourism Queensland Strengthen Partnership


Posted: Mon 25 Jul, 2011 10:26 AM

Singapore Airlines and Tourism Queensland Strengthen Partnership

Singapore Airlines and Tourism Queensland have agreed to jointly promote tourism to Queensland through Singapore Airline’s services to Brisbane. The two companies have signed a four-year agreement that enables them to jointly fund campaigns that will drive tourism to the Australian state.

 

Singapore Airlines Senior Vice President Marketing Tan Chik Quee was quoted ineGlobal Travel Media as having said that their association with Queensland has had a long history and their belief in the tourism proposition for Queensland has remained unshaken through thick and thin. Singapore Airlines aims to attract visitors from their extensive network to discover what Queensland has to offer.

 

The agreement covers key markets including China, Germany, Indonesia, India, Japan, Scandinavia, and Singapore. Singapore Airlines flies 92 flights a week to five Australian cities namely Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.

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