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Singapore Airlines has launched a new set of Spontaneous Escapes between Singapore and select worldwide cities for travel in June. If you’re interested in booking any of these reduced cost award flights, you’ll want to be quick because there’s very little award availability.
- Book reduced cost award flights with Singapore Airlines Krisflyer when traveling to/from Singapore and select cities including:
- New York (Premium Economy)
- Johannesburg (Economy, Premium Economy & Business)
- Cape Town (Economy & Business)
- Darwin (Economy & Business)
- Cairns (Economy & Business)
- Frankfurt (Economy)
- Direct link to offer.
- To qualify for the promotion, tickets must be issued between 17 May 2022 (0000 hrs, GMT+8) and 31 May 2022 (2359 hrs, GMT+8), both dates inclusive, for travel from 1 June 2022 (0000 hrs, GMT+8) to 30 June 2022 (2359 hrs, GMT+8) for all destinations.
- Waitlist redemption is not available for Business and Economy Class. Any waitlist redemption that is confirmed after 31 May 2022 (2359 hrs, GMT +8) will not be entitled to the discount and will be charged at full mileage levels. Waitlist redemption for Promo Awards cannot be confirmed online via singaporeair.com. Please contact your local Singapore Airlines office for assistance on ticket issuance.
Depending on what kind of international itinerary you’re trying to piece together, Singapore Airlines’ Spontaneous Escapes can be a good way of reducing your overall award cost.
Singapore Airlines doesn’t make it particularly easy to take advantage of these types of award sales though. For starters, this latest round of Spontaneous Escapes is only valid for travel in June. Then, even if you have flexibility with your dates, finding availability could be an issue.
The only routes on sale to/from the US are between Singapore and JFK in Premium Economy. I can’t find a single day of availability departing JFK, while there are only a handful of days in June that can be booked departing Singapore for JFK. Something else to bear in mind for this particular route is that it’s currently the longest flight in the world, so consider whether or not you’d be happy sitting in Premium Economy for ~19 hours.
There’s a little bit more availability on some other international routes – including in business class – so you’ll want to book quickly if you find anything that fits your plans as I’m sure a lot will end up being waitlisted soon.