Luxury Singapore Airlines flights to the luxe paradise of Maldives from $681 return
Romantic retreat or solo break? Either way, the beaches are calling.
How good are these Singapore Airlines fares?
- Price: Great. While flights to the Maldives can drop to $390 return, that's with a low-cost carrier like Scoot or AirAsia where only the seat is included. For a 5-star, all-inclusive airline like Singapore Airlines getting to its home city of Singapore will already set you back close to $500 return making this sale the one to beat.
- Airline: Great. Singapore Airlines is the number one airline in the world. You actually can't fly any better.
- Travel time: Great. All flights include a stopover in Singapore Changi which is one of the best airports in the world for its facilities and entertainment options. You can also extend your trip to include Singapore for two holidays for the price of one.
- Weather: Great. Travel dates are focused around February and March which is the tail end of peak season and one of the best times to visit for clear skies and endless sunshine.
Flights to Maldives are getting cheaper and cheaper with Scoot and AirAsia both flying in the direction of paradise. But what if you want to start and end luxuriously, too? That's where Singapore Airlines comes in.
The 5-star full-service airline that's been hailed the "world's best" at the Skytrax Airline awards this year is making living the high life more affordable with seats to and from Maldives from $681 return.
The cheapest seats start from Perth with flights from Melbourne available from $729 return, Sydney from $746 return and Brisbane from $764 return.
Flights are available in February and March which is peak Maldives tourist season – for a reason. It's bathed in warm weather and sunshine being in the heart of the area's dry season, which runs from November to April.
This sale ends when seats sell out. You can book yours now through Flight Finder.
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