Singapore Airlines has published its 'Spontaneous Escapes' for August 2019 and once again we're seeing the airline offering discounts of up to 30% on Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class award bookings on select routes.
In February of this year, Singapore Airlines announced a series of changes to its KrisFlyer loyalty program and, as is usual nowadays, most of the changes were not good news for flyers. Amongst the changes announced was a mention that the airline would be making changes to how its waitlists work.
Singapore Airlines' popular 'Spontaneous Escapes' promotion is back and offering discounts on Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class flights on various routes operated by Singapore Airlines and SilkAir.
Singapore Airlines has now loaded another set of its 'Spontaneous Escapes' and, this time around, it's offering a 30% discount on Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class award bookings on select routes.
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At the very beginning of this year Singapore Airlines increased the cost of awards on its own aircraft and now, over the weekend, the airline has taken a similar line with Star Alliance awards - from 19 April 2019 you'll need more KrisFlyer miles to book Business and First Class awards on Star Alliance carriers.
Right now, true to its word, the airline is running a new set of Spontaneous Escapes which need to be booked by 28 February and, once again, there are some interesting redemption options available in the promotion.
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.
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