How To Get There 18/04/2013

China Airlines

Participants in the WDSF World DanceSport Games 2013 Kaohsiung can benefit from flying to the host city with the official carrier, China Airlines. The airline offers all participants a 20% discount over the lowest published fares. Regardless whether they fly economy or business, the lowest rate published on the China Airlines website will be subject to a further 20% reduction if participants provide a specific code that can be obtained from the World DanceSport Federation Office. The offer applies to athletes and officials entered in the WDSG 2013 Accreditation System as well as to accompanying persons.

This and other travel tips arenow available from the dedicated page Participant Information under the World DanceSport Games link in the menu.

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