Flight Centre, STB team up to promote Singapore tourism

Sunday, 02 Apr, 2023 0

Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and Flight Centre have joined hands to boost Singapore tourism.

The three-year multi-million-dollar MOU hopes to drive increased visitation to Singapore via FCTG’s global network.

It is Flight Centre Travel Group’s first global agreement with a destination since the pandemic.

In addition to mono-trip holiday packages, dedicated ‘stayover’ packages will be developed.

As well as joint marketing campaigns, the partnership will also set aside support for agent training and Fam trips.

“This MOU underscores just how much FCTG values Singapore as a major player,” said FCTG chief Graham Turner.

“With more carriers have resumed routes to Singapore, FCTG is excited to work with STB to cast the limelight back on the city.”

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