South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR) will be flying daily to Hong Kong starting March 14, 2011 via Clark. Tickets are now on sale at a special introductory one-way fare of 35USD/ 1500PHP/ 270HKD all-in for booking until March 2 and for travel from March 14 to May 31, 2011.
Harbour – View of Hong Kong from Kowloon – The Hong Kong skyline as seen here from Tsim Sha Tsui is testimony to the remarkable economic development which has taken place in Hong Kong over the last 20 years or so. Many of the buildings seen here, were not part of the landscape back then.
Renowned for its breathtaking urban skyline and deep natural harbor, Hong Kong is both a tourist’s paradise and a melting pot of tradition and modern culture where East meets West. Its dense population and highly-developed transportation network conveys to travellers its impressive air of efficiency and purpose as one of the world’s leading financial centers.
Cheung Chau Bun Festival – The Cheung Chau Bun Festival is a unique cultural experience featuring massive bun towers and a parade with costumed children who appear to float in mid-air.
“We look forward to serving travellers between Hong Kong and the Philippines with our ultra low fares. This has been possible because, like Tiger Airways, we are disciplined in eliminating unnecessary costs,” said Avelino Zapanta, President and CEO of SEAIR.
The Forever Blooming Bauhinia Sculpture, located outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, is one of the gifts from China to the people of Hong Kong to mark the handover in 1997.
“With our new SEAIR Hong Kong flights and additional routes to be announced later, we are excited to contribute even more to our country’s employment, tourism industry, and national economy,” added Zapanta.
Sai Kung – Hong Kong’s “back garden” – Known as Hong Kong’s “back garden”, the district of Sai Kung is located on the eastern side of Hong Kong. Warm inviting beaches, clear waters and tantalising sea breezes beckon. On weekends, locals and visitors like to rent boats and cruise around the many nearby islands.
Seats are marketed through www.FlySeair.com and www.tigerairways.com, following the expansion of the Partner Airline programme between SEAIR and Tiger Airways. The programme allows SEAIR to distribute its seats through Tiger Airways’ established internet booking system, www.tigerairways.com . SEAIR is the first Tiger Airways Partner Airline in the Asia Pacific region.
“We are delighted to be expanding our Partner Airline programme with SEAIR,” said Tony Davis, President & Group CEO of Tiger Airways. “Tiger Airways has established a strong marketing presence in both Hong Kong and the Philippines which will ensure strong sales for these new services from SEAIR. As we continue to grow this programme with more routes and services we look forward to achieving greater economies of scale which means even lower fares for all travellers.”