Star Alliance member Singapore Airlines offers a huge sale to South East Asian destinations! Flights go as low as €378 for a roundtrip from Moscow to Bangkok. Almost every European airport served by SQ is part of this promotion and eligible as an departure airport. All fares include one piece of checked luggage and Singapore Airlines’ Skytrax-5-star board service.
Conditions are an outbound trip between November 15 – December 15 and a return between December 21, 2019 – January 1, 2020.
Possible departure airports include (cheapest destination):
- Moscow (to Bangkok at €378)
- Stockholm (to Bali at €399)
- Milan (to Cebu City at €407)
- Amsterdam (to Cebu City at €417)
- Barcelona (to Bangkok at €420)
- Paris (to Cebu City at €470)
- Copenhagen (to Manila at €511)
Most of these 19 destinations are heavily discounted from the airports above:
- Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei
- Phnom Penh, Cambodia
- Siem Reap, Cambodia
- Yogyakarta, Indonesia
- Lombok, Indonesia
- Jakarta, Indonesia
- Bali, Indonesia
- Bandung, Indonesia
- Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Yangoon, Myanmar
- Manila, Philippines
- Davao City, Philippines
- Cebu City, Philippines
- Bangkok, Thailand
- Koh Samui, Thailand
- Phuket, Thailand
- Da Nang, Vietnam
- Ho-Chi-Minh-City, Vietnam
- Hanoi, Vietnam
All flights include a short layover in Singapore. Inner Asian flights might be operated by SilkAir’s A320 family fleet.
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Fare rules are very specific regarding the travel periods, which we’ll gladly state again:
- Outbound: November 15 – December 15, 2019
- Inbound: December 21, 2019 – January 1, 2020
Since there is no offical expiration date, this offer is limited by availability. Sadly, it is already dwindling down on some city pairs and will most likely be gone within the upcoming week.
The best way to find flight dates is Google Flights. You can follow the links above to find the lowest fares from your departure airport of choice (instructions). The prices displayed usually drop up to €60 when entering the same dates in our flight search. Just experiment a little between the aiports mentioned above you might score an extremely cheap Skytrax-5-star flight.
Singapore Airlines issues these tickets in booking class Q. This means no earnings in most Star Alliance frequent flyer programs, except KrisFlyer, SAS EuroBonus and Virgin Australia Velocity. Still, these programs only grant 50% of your travel distance in reward mileage.
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