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JetQuay launches Meet and Greet Services for St. Regis Singapore

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Monday, 4 February 2008

Singapore-based JetQuay has partnered with the new St. Regis Singapore Hotel to meet and greet guests who pre-book airport to hotel transfers through the hotel at the air-bridge and transport them through JetQuay's CIP Terminal at Singapore's Changi Airport.

Guests who book the arrival service are entitled to JetQuay's airport services. JetQuay handles the air-bridge to CIP Terminal transfers, baggage and immigration requirements on behalf of the hotel for the passenger.

Once the guest's baggage is retrieved and brought to the CIP Terminal, staff prepare a waiting Bentley, Mercedes S class or BMW 7 series limousine, depending on the level of service booked, which transfers guests to the city based St Regis Singapore Hotel.

"The St Regis competitively differentiates itself by extending its hospitality all the way to the air-bridge at Singapore's Changi Airport," said Vincent Metais, Commercial Director Asia Pacific, Worldwide Flight Services. "Guest transportation upon arrival is simplified as the limousine requested by the guest is parked at the CIP terminal door, eliminating any wait or congestion."

JetQuay's facilities at the CIP Terminal include an art gallery, shopping, business facilities, a mini gym, spa, nap rooms and an wide array of arrival services that help leave travellers well refreshed. Passengers can enjoy the luxurious surroundings whilst JetQuay handles their boarding passes, baggage collection and immigration matters.

Passengers for any commercial class of airline or private jet making passage through Singapore's Changi Airport are entitled to use JetQuay on a pay per use basis.

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