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EastWest and Singapore Airlines launch premier credit card for travel

Whether you’re traveling to snag great shopping deals, revel in culinary quests, or explore new destinations, the new EastWest Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Mastercard, available in Platinum and World variants, has got you covered. Discover what this premier credit card for travel has in store for you. 1. FOR THE AVID SHOPPER Find the perfect shopping …

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Five Things Travelers Can Do with Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Miles

KrisFlyer, the frequent flyer programme of Singapore Airlines Group, rewards everyone who flies regularly with Singapore Airlines (SIA), SilkAir, Scoot and many other partner airlines. Scroll down to get the Krisflyer promo code and join the program to start earning Krisflyer miles. Regular passengers of SIA, SilkAir, and Scoot enjoy in-flight comforts and luxuries, along with …

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The safest airlines in the world. And also about the best budget airlines in the world.

Airline safety is always a big priority for travelers. In fact, the safety record of an airline ranks above any other factor including seat pitch, inflight catering, inflight entertainment, flight punctuality or inflight crew service. Recently, the list of the safest airlines in the world was announced by airlineratings.com. We are happy to note that almost …

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Could MH 370 have gone on to Afghanistan or Kazahkstan, hiding behind the shadow of Singapore Airlines SQ 68? Or has Australia found the debris in the Indian Ocean?

Update on 23 March 2014 830 AM Tokyo time/ 730 AM Hong Kong time: With its satellites, China has found a large object measuring 22.5 meters long and 13 meters wide in the same general area that the satellites of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority earlier found two large objects. This area is among the …

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