- About Us
- Image Gallery
Published on : Monday, November 11, 2013
Singapore Airlines will be providing flights for Dreamtime 2013 attendees from key South East Asian markets, including Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore, as part of the sponsorship.
Dreamtime 2013 will see approximately 100 international business events decision buyers and media converge on Melbourne next month from 9 to 13 December to experience Australia’s capabilities for doing business. The comprehensive business program and networking events hosted by the Melbourne Convention Bureau will be followed by three days of educational visits to various locations around Australia (Adelaide, Cairns, Gold Coast, Sydney and Uluru).
Tourism Australia Managing Director Andrew McEvoy said Singapore Airlines is one of its longest standing airline partners and has been helping to promote travel to Australia for over 45 years.
“With their extensive network and established presence in many of our key markets, particularly within South East Asia, Singapore is an ideal airline partner for us to be working with to help bring about another successful Dreamtime 13,” Mr McEvoy said.
“We have worked closely with Singapore Airlines for some years now developing strong campaigns and activities that successfully market Australia, and having the airline so closely involved in this year’s Dreamtime presents another great opportunity to continue this great collaboration.”
Singapore Airlines Regional Vice President South West Pacific, Subhas Menon said support for Dreamtime 13 reflects the airline’s ongoing efforts to promote travel to Australia.
“Singapore Airlines continues to position itself as the carrier of choice to Australia with ongoing increases in capacity and service upgrades, as recently evidenced in the Dreamtime 13 host city Melbourne, with the opening of a newly expanded lounge to coincide with our fourth daily service,” Mr Menon said.
“We look forward to playing our part as a key partner to Tourism Australia and attracting international events to Australia.”
Source:- Tourism Australia