For the first time, Singapore Airlines is throwing open the doors of its famed training center on 25th July 2015 for the public to witness what goes into the making of the iconic customer care. The airline is organizing the Open house at the SIA Training Center & Sports Club in Singapore as part of the SG50 celebrations to showcase about what goes in to train the best of the best pilots and crew. Singapore Airlines is a pioneer in the aviation industry for setting trends that others have followed. The airline will be organizing the following tours for the public:
- Flight Simulator Tour
- Cabin Crew Training Tour
- Safety Training Tour
- Junior Cabin Crew Experience
Each of these tours is going to offer a unique insight into what goes in to shape the SQ customer service and the challenges the cabin crew and pilots have to face as part of their job. You can register for the event at https://siaopenhouse.com
Singapore Airlines has planned a lot of activities as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of the island nation. They have a special livery for their A380 and are also running a contest whereby you can win 10,000 KrisFlyer miles.
In order to help more public to be able to attend these tours there is a restriction of being able to register only for max two tours. There is a small charge of $5 to $10 SGD for each tour participant also. Apart from that the event will also feature a Carnival, an Art competition and a special concert by the Singapore Airlines crew. As per the airline
“The SIA Cabin Crew Performing Arts Circle is back on stage with a specially choreographed “Singapore Airlines themed spectacular”. This is a story that puts the audience through the perspective of a Singapore Girl experiencing the milestones of SIA in the last 50 years. This showcase features song, dance and narration by our team of talented cabin crew; engaging you with popular tunes from the 70s till today. It’s going to be all about reliving the nostalgia, relishing the romance of travel and reinventing the future. ”
I would suggest hurrying before the slots for the tours are taken up given that they are limited in number and the interest in them is expected to be huge. Will you be heading to the event?