Year End Holidays

 

As the end of year approaches, dreams of warm sunny shores or perhaps, the tingling cool feel of snowflakes on noses start to play in our minds. Whether it is a relaxing beach escape to nearby islands or a more indulgent exploration to USA and Europe, all for under S$1,000, Flight Centre has something for every family, couple or friends getaway!

 

 

  • South East Asia
  • North Asia
  • Australia
  • Europe
  • USA

    airfares from S$224*


    airfares from S$406*


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    airfares from S$606


    airfares from S$1,089*


    airfares from S$601*

    airfares from S$996*


    airfares from S$897*


    airfares from S$1,079*

    airfares from S$1,070*


    airfares from S$1,020*


 

 

 

 

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When travelling with family

 

 

 

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Children under two can usually fly for free (domestic) when seated on an accompanying adult’s lap.
Children aged two to 11 years can sometimes take advantage of children* fares on long-haul flights.
Teenagers aged 12 and over on the day of travel are classed as adults and will be charged an adult fare. From time to time, some airlines – including Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia – offer ‘Teens at Tweens’ pricing, extending the standard child discount for children aged up to 17.
Children under two, travelling without their own seat, may not get a baggage allowance.
Child airfares are generally allowed the same baggage limits as adults’.
As 12 years and over are considered adults, they will be entitled to the standard adult-fare baggage allowance.
Bring your child’s favourite toy, plenty of dummies (they vanish!) and don’t forget to pre-order your baby or children’s meals. Bring at least two change of clothes and plenty of nappies and wipes as accidents will happen on board. Babies’ ears are most sensitive during take-off and landing, so try to hold off feeding your baby until the plane starts taking off.
Pack a few small gifts for your child so that they can unwrap it along the way to help the time pass faster. Some lollies will help during take-off and landing to equalise their ears during pressure changes, but avoid too much sugar.
Charge your teenager’s favourite devices and pre-load them with entertainment, apps and games. A new set of games often goes a long way.
If possible, bring along your own car seat to save yourself the hassle, otherwise you can book one with your car hire* provider.
A small portable DVD player and your child’s favourite shows will help to keep them entertained in the back seat.
Pack a separate bag with swimmers and a towel for an impromptu swim so you don’t have to open your luggage.
Look out for accommodation options that include babysitting services.
Kids clubs are a great way to keep the kids entertained while making new friends – try and pick a resort where this is complimentary as the costs of child minding can add up.
Choose a hotel or resort with a swimming pool to keep the older kids entertained.
Bring your little one’s favourite toys or books to help keep them settled.
Pack your child’s favourite snacks if you have a picky eater.
Take a power-hub battery device to charge electronics, and a spare pair of headphones.

 

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