Europe flights from $1,149 return on Singapore Airlines

Posted: 13 December 2017 12:52 pm


5-star service, with the option of an expended stopover in Singapore.

5-star Singapore Airlines has unveiled its latest flight stunner with trips to Europe's finest cities from $1,149 return.

While no last-minute $849 return Paris flight, these flights are well-priced for a 5-star, full-service airline and offer a wide range of destinations including Amsterdam, London, Rome, Frankfurt and, naturally, Paris.

The cheapest flights take you between Perth and Amsterdam from $1,149 return per person, with other fares not too far behind it. Think Adelaide to Rome from $1,186, Darwin to Paris from $1,199 and Sydney to Amsterdam from $1,219 return.

Flights take off from all corners of Australia, with the most expensive being $1,388. This is on journeys between Canberra and London.

Available travel dates range from 27 April to 30 November 2018. Peak periods, unfortunately, are excluded with no flights departing in July and very few in June and August for the summer break.

However, shoulder dates are included, which still bear with them warm days sans the crowds.

Being a full service carrier checked luggage and in-flight meals and entertainment are included in this price. And, being a Singaporean carrier, flights include a stopover in Singapore which you have the potential to extend if you wish by chatting to an online agent at Flight Centre.

Flights are on sale until 31 December or until seats sell out and can be booked through Flight Centre.

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