Singapore Airlines slashes flights worldwide: Fly from $555 return

Posted: 15 August 2019 1:02 pm
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At these prices, you really can afford to fly the best.

The people have spoken and this year, Singapore Airlines has come out on top as the World's Best Airline and also one of the safest in the world.

If you haven't flown with this powerhouse yet or are keen to start your next holiday in both comfort and style, then we've got some pretty great news. Flight Centre has got discounted Singapore Airlines fares to destinations around the world starting from $555.

For that price, you can fly from Perth to Singapore return but you're going to want to take a good look at this sale because there is a slew of destinations on offer from all four corners of the country.

Travel is for select dates from October 2019 to June 2020 depending on the route.

Some of the highlights include Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh City from $669, Sydney to Hong Kong from $699, Canberra to Koh Samui from $699, Perth to Johannesburg from $1,119, Adelaide to Rome from $1,199 and Brisbane to Amsterdam from $1,199.

Flights to Japan start from $739 return and if you aim for the last week in March, you might be able to catch the start of cherry blossom season.

Check out all the details in our table below and zip over to Flight Centre online to grab your tickets. You've got until 5 September 2019 or until seats sell out.


Catch all the best fares in the Singapore Airlines sale


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