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KLM’s Miffy campaign; Cathay’s eCoupon offer; Singapore to add Japan flights

KLM’s Miffy campaign

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines launched a direct flight from Amsterdam to Fukuoka on April 3. In celebration, the airline is holding a Facebook campaign called “Miffy traveling Europe with KLM” through May 31.

In this historic service, KLM has become the first airline to directly connect Europe and Kyushu. At the arrival at Fukuoka Airport on April 4, an arch of water was sprayed to welcome the flight.

The campaign offers participants a chance to win round-trip tickets for two to Amsterdam or KLM original Miffy travel goods, such as a suitcase and suitcase belt. KLM’s official Facebook page for this campaign is at www.facebook.com/klmjapan .

To apply, people need to answer some quizzes about the travels of Miffy and Uncle Pilot in each city, which is introduced on the Facebook page by photos and videos.

Winners will be notified by the shipment of the prize. This campaign is available only for people who live in Japan. The terms and conditions might change or be canceled without prior notice.

For more information, visit the KLM Facebook page.

Cathay eCoupon special

Cathay Pacific Airways is holding a campaign through July 28 for those book tickets online.

During the campaign period, among those who purchase tickets from Japan to Oceania or North America for departure from May 1 to July 31 on the website www.cathaypacific.co.jp/en (infant fares, redemption tickets and packages are not eligible) have a chance to receive an eCoupon that can be used as credit for preflight duty-free orders at the Discover the Shop online store.

People who make preflight duty-free orders receive their items on the flight.

For the first 50 economy class ticket purchases, a $50 eCoupon will be provided. For the first 50 premium economy or business class purchases, a $100 eCoupon is provided.

To participate, purchase an eligible ticket online during the booking period and forward the booking confirmation email you receive after making the purchase to complete the application with “Campaign Application” in the subject line.

The booking and application period is through July 28.

For more information, visit www.cathaypacific.co.jp .

Singapore adding flights

Singapore Airlines has announced that to meet demand, it will increase the number of its services between Singapore and Japan for the summer schedule.

Starting May 30, flights between Singapore Changi Airport and Kansai International Airport, currently offered at 11 a week, will be operated twice every day for a total of 14 per week. From May 28, the flights between Changi and Fukuoka Airport, currently offered five times a week, will be offered daily for a total of seven a week.

Also, in the high season, during this Golden Week through May 7 and from Aug. 10 to 18, the airline will use the Airbus A380 for flights between Changi and Narita International Airport to provide more seats.

In August, the airline will offer other additional services to let more customers travel to Singapore.

For more information, visit www.singaporeair.com .