Cathay Facebook quiz
Cathay Pacific Airways is holding a special promotion on its official Japanese Facebook page (www.facebook.com/cathaypacificJP) through April 26.
On the page, quizzes about the airline are offered, and for each quiz, three respondents out of all those who answer correctly will be chosen to win a set of airplane models featuring the airline’s 12 kinds of aircraft.
The first quiz is available through Wednesday and the second quiz will run from Thursday to April 26. People can apply to both and have more chances to win.
To take the quiz, click on the “like” button of the Cathay Facebook page.
For more information, visit www.cathaypacific.co.jp or the above Facebook page.
SAS special Munch fares
In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Norwegian painter Edvard Munch, SAS is holding a special fair, offering round-trip tickets between Tokyo and Norway at a special price.
Through April 23, while the Munch Café concept cafe at the Shibuya Hikarie in Tokyo is open, the airline is offering economy-class tickets between Narita International Airport and any airport in Norway that the airline services, at ¥115,540, including taxes and surcharges.
Travel must commence between May 1 and June 23, and travel must be completed by July 17.
Through April 30, among people who subscribe to email magazines of the airline as well as of the Scandinavian Tourist Board (which runs the Munch Café project), one person will also win a pair of round-trip tickets. To apply, visit www.visitscandinavia.org/ja/ Japan/news/list/201304/ munch_campaign . Travel for the free round-trip tickets must also commence between May 2 and June 23.
For more information, visit www.flysas.co.jp .
Jetstar Japan service
Jetstar Japan, a joint-investment of the Qantas Group, Mitsubishi Corp. and Century Tokyo Leasing Corp., is growing fast as one of the biggest domestic low-cost carriers in Japan.
The airline on March 31 started offering service to Nagoya and Oita.
This launch of the service made the airline the only LCC to offer its services to the three largest cities in Japan — Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya. Also, the airline is planning to offer flights to Kagoshima from May as well as to Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture, from June.
The airline is expanding its destinations for more convenience for domestic trips, such as hot springs resort areas.
For more information, visit www.jetstar.co.jp .