Singapore Airlines continues celebrations with flights to Asia from $425 return
Fly the world's best airline for a steal.
It's already running a European sale with fares down as low as $995 return, but if you're looking to travel closer to home or are working with a more humble budget in mind, the airline also has flights into Asia from $425 return.
This price will get you a seat from Darwin to Singapore. The next cheapest fare flies from Darwin to Phuket at $565 return and then Canberra to Singapore from $577 return.
Flights are available from most major cities, including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Other sample fares include Melbourne to Hong Kong from $647, Sydney to Ho Chi Minh City from $675 and Canberra to Phuket from $699 return.
Eligible travel dates range from 1 September 2018 to 15 June 2019. Unfortunately, school holiday periods are excluded from the sale. However, if you pick your dates carefully you can catch a late Christmas holiday break on a flight departing on 7 January. Australia Day travel dates are also available for a cheeky 3-day getaway.
This sale ends 16 August 2018, unless seats sell out prior. You can book your seats now through Flight Centre.
How good are these fares?
- Price: Good. While not the cheapest flights into Asia around, (those go to AirAsia with $110 budget airline fares running until 29 July), these are still very well priced for a full-service carrier such as Singapore Airlines. At its best, we've seen Singapore Airlines slash flights to $396 return. This was for a much more restrictive range of dates. And at less than $30 more, the cost of variety is not too steep.
- Airline: Great. Singapore Airlines is a 5-star, full-service carrier that's been named the World's Best Airline. You can't do much better than that.
- Travel time: Great. All flights include a stopover in Singapore, which you can make quite minimal or extend to explore the city.
- Weather: Great. With almost a year's worth of travel dates for you to pick from, you can dictate when you travel to coincide with the best weather for your destination. To help, consult our Best Time guide to increase your chances of sunny skies while on holiday.
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