SEAIR to offer Clark – Macau flights this May 2011

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South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR), the Philippines’ premier leisure airline, announced it will fly to Macau daily from Clark starting May 27, 2011.

Facade of St Paul's Church
Facade of St Paul’s Church

“The Clark-Macau route is SEAIR’s third international destination under the Tiger Airways partnership,” said SEAIR president Avelino Zapanta. “The new route offers similar ultra low fares as our Singapore and Hong Kong flights and serves as an important link between Philippines and China for tourists, business travellers, and Filipinos working abroad.”
Clark-Macau seats are on sale now at www.FlySeair.com and www.tigerairways.com at a special introductory fare of as low as 31 USD or 1,340 PHP per way for travel on May 27 to October 29, 2011.

The Holy House of Mercy on Senado Square
The Holy House of Mercy on Senado Square

Macau offers vacationers a unique mix of Western and Eastern influences through its baroque churches, Art Deco buildings, and Chinese temples. In 2005, the Historic Center of Macau, located in the center of the peninsula, was named a UNESCO World Heritage site. It consists of historic residential, religious, and public Portuguese and Chinese architectural legacies including the A-Ma Temple, Senado Square, Dom Pedro V Theater, Na Tcha Temple, Casa Garden, the Old Protestant Cemetery and the old headquarters of the British East Indies Company.

In recent years, Macau has welcomed on its reclaimed land a number big name casinos, including the Venetian and MGM Grand from the United States, making itself known in Asia as the “Las Vegas of the East”. But amid these modern developments, Macau still maintains its Old World charm albeit with its own characteristic multicultural fusion and invites visitors to immerse in it whether through the partaking of Portuguese delicacies like caldo verde (potato and greens in soup) and bacalhau (salt cod) in Taipa village, seeing the the giant statues of Matsu, Goddess of the Sea, and Kun Iam, Goddess of Mercy, or simply admiring the view atop the Macau Tower.

The Ruins of St Paul's Church at the Historic Centre of Macau
The Ruins of St Paul’s Church at the Historic Centre of Macau

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SEAIR departs from Clark to Macau daily on May 27 until June 30, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. and flies from Macau to Clark daily at 4:25 p.m. From July 1 to October 29, 2011, Clark-Macau flights will be at 2:25 p.m., while Macau-Clark flights are at 4:50 p.m.
The SEAIR-Tiger Airways Partner Airline 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.

SEAIR is the Philippines’ second oldest airline, and is the first airline based in Clark. It has the reputation of having pioneered commercial flights to the country’s fastest growing tourist destinations including Boracay, Batanes and northern Palawan. Now on its 16th year of operation, SEAIR is expanding its reach regionally with its current jet services to Singapore and Hong Kong. For more information, please visit www.FlySeair.com. Join SEAIR Facebook Fan Page at www.facebook.com/flyseair for updates on promos and new routes.

Established in September 2004, Tiger Airways now operates a fleet of 25 Airbus A320-family aircraft and is committed to increasing its fleet size to 68 by December 2015. The airline operates flights to 37 destinations across 12 countries and territories in Asia-Pacific from four bases in Singapore and Australia. For more information, please visit www.tigerairways.com.

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