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Starting in January 2019 Singapore Airlines is introducing a number of changes to its KrisFlyer Program. Mostly the changes can only be categorised as negative (bad news if you hold a significant number of KrisFlyer Miles) but there are a couple of small pieces of good news too so it's not all gloom and doom this early in 2019.
Singapore Airlines has announced that it will be introducing new fare types, changing its fees surrounding award redemptions and tweaking the number of miles its flyers earn from 20 January 2018. Unusually for an airline making these kinds of changes not all the news is bad and how you view these changes will definitely depend on what type fares you book and how often you incur fees on award bookings.
Singapore Airlines has announced some significant changes to the cost of its awards and, in an attempt to soften the blow of the award chart devaluation, it has also announced that it will no longer levy fuel surcharges on award bookings.
Singapore Airlines offers some of the more aspirational awards out there so any opportunity to earn a few extra miles is very welcome....and right now there's a promotion that could help you books your KrisFlyer balance quite nicely. Singapore Airlines is offering UK-based travelers (or anyone willing to start the journey in the UK) an opportunity to earn double KrisFlyer Miles when you book a flight to any of the airline's 11 destinations in Australia and New Zealand.
Singapore Airlines has some of the more aspirational cabin products around and that makes them very popular with miles & points collectors. The airline’s First Class suites aboard its A380 aircraft were lauded long before the Middle Eastern airlines started to bling up their cabins to today’s standards…..
Singapore Airlines is one of the latest airlines to add a Premium Economy cabin to its aircraft and, while the addition of the new cabins has been anything but smooth, the airline is on track to have the all of the refits completed by the end of 2016. Now that Singapore Airlines is actually flying aircraft with their new Premium Economy product (e.g. A350 service between Singapore and Amsterdam) the airline has decided to upgrade its award chards to reflect the new product.
Singapore Airlines appears to have performed a bit of sleight of hand over the past few days and used an old magicians trick of focusing everyone's attention where it wants it to be while subtly doing something else over where no one is really looking.
Singapore Airlines have launched a Double Miles Promotion for Business Class passengers travelling on select fare codes. Note: This is a promotion for KrisFlyer Miles and not elite...