Viva Macau teams up with CotaiJet

Guest Writer

Macau SAR - Viva Macau Airlines, Macau’s international award-winning airlines, today announced that Viva Macau passengers on the airline’s Melbourne route will be offered free connecting ferry tickets to Hong Kong via the “CotaiJet” high speed ferry.

Book now with Viva Macau Airlines and you could be taking in the sights of Macau and catching the quick and easy 45-minute ferry ride to Hong Kong on the high speed “CotaiJet” departing from beside the Macau International Airport for free.

Dr Reg Macdonald, Viva Macau Airlines CEO said, “Flying with Viva Macau Airlines to Macau is ideal; now, in effect, you can reach Hong Kong with Viva Macau too! The Viva Macau offer, in cooperation with the high speed “CotaiJet” Ferry service, means Viva Macau customers can travel to Hong-Kong for FREE after their arrival in Macau”.

“By offering our customers FREE return ferry tickets to Hong Kong, we are helping holiday budgets go further, so our customers can experience more while traveling. Passengers can redeem their CotaiJet ferry tickets by presenting their Viva Macau boarding pass stub and identification at Cotai travel desk in the world famous Venetian Macau, just 2 minutes from Macau International Airport by complementary shuttle bus” added Dr Reg Macdonald, Viva Macau Airlines CEO.

Do not miss out on this great deal available for all economy and business class airfares departing Melbourne. Save money and let your family see two of Asia’s hottest destinations flying Viva Macau Airlines. Book your airfare today by visiting

Promotion Terms and Conditions:

Sales from 1st March to 30th June for travel from 1st April to 30th June 2010.
CotaiJet return ferry ticket is non-transferable and not convertible to cash.
CotailJet return ferry ticket to be redeemed within 10 days from your flight date.
Strictly 1 ticket per person and must present valid boarding pass stub and identification to redeem ferry ticket.
Only valid for Melbourne-Macau route passengers (flight ZG9700)
In case of dispute, the decision of Viva Macau or CotaiJet shall prevail.

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