Qantas sale: Singapore flights from $458 return

Posted: 23 March 2017 3:09 pm
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Qantas has deals on Singapore flights available now.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Qantas is offering deals on roundtrip flights to Singapore from major Australian cities. As full service fares these include luggage, meals and the great service that Qantas is known for. If you're looking for lower prices to Singapore, that don't include built-in luggage, you might still be able to pick up a cheap Singapore return flight with Scoot from $179. Otherwise, you can take advantage of low prices and much wider choice of departure cities from Qantas for this popular route with flight dates from April to November and seats available until sold out. Here are the cheapest flights we've found from each major city:

  • Perth to Singapore: $458 return
  • Canberra to Singapore: $576 return
  • Melbourne to Singapore: $593 return
  • Brisbane to Singapore: $593 return
  • Sydney to Singapore: $594 return
  • Adelaide to Singapore: $595 return

Book: You can pick dates and browse and book flights now through I Want That Flight. If there are certain things you want to do in Singapore, the wide range of flight dates, departure points and built-in luggage allowance might let you get more out of your trip.

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