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Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) is the main airport of the island state, and it's an easy flight from Australia. It acts as a great entry point into greater Southeast Asia as flights are often cheaper to Singapore.

We've scoured the Internet to bring you the best flight deals to Singapore, as well as everything you need to know about getting around once you land.

Today's Singapore flight deals

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Scoot flights from $139 each way


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Flights to Singapore from $130 each way


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Frequently asked questions about flights to Singapore

How much is a flight to Singapore from Australia?

It costs $618 on average for return flights to Singapore from Australia, according to August 2021 data from Cheapflights.

Although that's the average, we often see flight sales with fares in the $300-$400 range. Usually these are with budget airlines like Scoot, AirAsia or Jetstar.

When is the cheapest time to fly to Singapore?

According to data from both Skyscanner and Kayak, March is the cheapest time to fly from Australia to Singapore.

By contrast, the most expensive months to fly tend to be over holiday periods, including December, January and April.

These periods fall outside the time that we consider to be the best time to visit Singapore for comfortable weather, which is June to August.

Cheapest months to fly:


Priciest months to fly:

December, January and April

How long does it take to fly to Singapore?

  • From Sydney: Approximately 8 hours direct
  • From Melbourne: Approximately 7 hours, 30 minutes direct
  • From Brisbane: Approximately 8 hours direct
  • From Perth: Approximately 5 hours, 20 minutes direct
  • From Darwin: Approximately 4 hours, 30 minutes direct
  • From Adelaide: Approximately 7 hours , 15 minutes direct
  • From Hobart: Approximately 9 hours, 10 minutes with a stopover

Which airlines fly direct to Singapore?

  • Singapore Airlines: Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney
  • Scoot: Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney
  • Qantas: Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney

What's the best airline to fly to Singapore?

  • Best for extras: For the best inclusions book with full-service airlines like Qantas and Singapore Airlines. Bookings with budget airlines like Jetstar and Scoot don't include meals and checked baggage.
  • Best for frequent flyers: Qantas or Singapore Airlines members will benefit from lounges and perks.

How many points do I need to fly to Singapore?

Departure cityPoints required for a return Qantas flightPoints required for a return Singapore Airlines flight (Economy Saver)
Alice Springs54,800Not available
Gold Coast50,400Not available

These points were calculated in May 2022 and are subject to change and increase based on demand on your preferred travel dates.

How far in advance should I book my flights to Singapore?

According to KAYAK pricing data for Singapore flights you should be booking flights at least 3 weeks in advance to get a below-average price.

How far is Singapore's airport?

Where is Singapore Changi Airport located?

Singapore's Changi Airport (SIN) is located at the southeast end of the island, about 20 minutes drive from the city centre.

Changi Airport is a destination all on its own with a ton of options if you want to dine or shop. It features its own attractions like the Rain Vortex and Shiseido Forest Valley, Hedge Maze and more.

There are multiple public transport options including buses and trains to transit between the CBD and the airport as well as taxis and airport transfers.

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    JohnAugust 20, 2017

    When is the cheapest time to fly Melbourne to Singapore, with full-service airlines?

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      RenchAugust 20, 2017Staff

      Hi John,

      Thanks for your inquiry.

      We might not have the answer to your question. Flight sales change every now and then and will also depend on your departure date. You may also check various cheap flights to save on your travel expenses.


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