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Singapore Airlines launches Flight Pass

The new initiative is targeted towards offering greater savings and flexibility.

Singapore (SIA) Airlines revealed its new product called the Flight Pass, which offers travel flexibility to its customers. 

Through the product, customers can lock in discounted airfares for multiple flights, as well as decide on travel dates at their convenience. Parameters such as destinations, the number of flights, travel period and fare type can be taken into account. 

Flight Pass will be initially offered on SIA services between Singapore and France, Italy, South Korea, Spain, the Netherlands and the UK. Included in this are the Vaccinated Travel Lane flights to Singapore.

Customers can manage their passes through SIA’s Flight Pass website. It is also offered in collaboration with OptionTown.

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