Singapore Airlines yesterday launched a holiday package which aims to attract 250,000 travellers on stopovers between now and March next year. The scheme offers first night's accommodation in a twin-share room at US$30 per person, free admission to six of the most popular tourist attractions and discounts for shopping, dining, tours and car rental. A free hop-on hop-off air-conditioned bus service also operates between attractions in the tourist belt between 9.30am and 9.30pm for passengers flying to Singapore and onward destinations with SIA and SilkAir. One up Yesterday also saw the launch of the 'oneworld' alliance between Cathay Pacific, American Airlines, British Airways, Canadian Airlines and Qantas. Among the benefits promised under the scheme are closer linking between frequent flyer programmes, smoother transfers and use of lounges operated by all five airlines. Finnair will join the programme later this year, and talks are continuing with other airlines in an effort to expand the alliance. Dialling in Meanwhile, Hongkong Telecom has joined Cathay Pacific's frequent flyer scheme, Asia Miles, and claims to be the first telecommunications company in the world whose customers can earn air mileage by using its services. Customers can learn more about how to accumulate air miles by phoning 2888-1881 or by visiting Telecom's Web site: www.hkt.com Inter-Continental hotels is running a Million Miles promotion for Asia Miles. There will be a draw on July 15, and the winner will receive one million miles with Cathay Pacific. Guests must be members of Inter-Continental's Six Continents Club. Details on its Web site: www.inter conti.com Citibank is offering double and triple points during February for Citibank Card purchases made overseas. The points can be converted to Asia Miles.