Singapore Airlines Business Class: Europe To Singapore From $1,809 Roundtrip

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Singapore Airlines is offering a very good fare (by Singapore Airlines standards) for travel between Stockholm and Singapore in its Airbus A350 Business Class cabin. With Singapore Airlines Business Class flights earning 200% credit with Alaska Mileage Plan, 150% credit with Miles & More and 125% credit with Virgin Atlantic this could be a great fare to use to boost one of your accounts.

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Singapore Airlines A350 Business Class

The Fare

Airline: Singapore Airlines

Cabin: Business Class

From/To: Stockholm (ARN) to Singapore (SIN)

Stopovers: Yes, Moscow

Prices From: ~$1,809 Roundtrip


This fare is available here and there from now through to the end of February 2019 but you may have to look closely to find it. Here, for example is what October availability looks like:

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From March 2019 onwards its a different story with the fare available for departures on a significant number days:

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The Fare Rules (In Brief)

  • Bookings must be made at least 60 days in advance
  • Bookings must be made on/before 21 July 2018
  • Flights must bee booked using a SQ ticket number
  • Minimum stay is 6 nights
  • Maximum stay is 3 months
  • Unlimited free stopovers are available
  • This fare books in to the Singapore Airlines “D” fare code so the following rules apply:

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Finding The Fare

You should be able to find the fare with Google Flights…..

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….but my preferred option for searching is still the Matrix search tool. Here are the parameters I suggest if you’re to avoid any unnecessarily long layovers:

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As always you should replace the dates and length of stay parameters with ones that work best for your own circumstances.

Booking The Fare

If you find fares that work for you via Google Flights you’ll be offered a link to book from there otherwise, if you use Matrix, head over to Singapore Airlines’ website and book direct through there.

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Earning Miles

These Business Class fares book into Singapore Airlines fare code “D” so here are the earning rates for five of the more popular programs into which readers generally credit Singapore Airlines flights:

  • Singapore Airlines Kris Flyer – 125%
  • Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan – 200%
  • Miles & More – 150%
  • Virgin Atlantic Flying Club – 125%
  • United Airlines MileagePlus – 100%

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With a roundtrip distance of over 12,000 miles flyers can earn over 24,000 Alaska miles with this fare or, if you prefer crediting to a European loyalty program, over 18,000 Miles & More miles or over 15,000 Virgin Atlantic miles….and none of those figures takes elite status into account.

An Alaska Gold (mid-tier status) earns a 100% bonus on base miles earned so would walk away with over 36,000 miles from this one fare…and that’s pretty good going.

Bottom Line

I’m a big fan of Singapore Airlines so any chance to fly up front for a reasonable outlay is an interesting one to me. The A350 Business Class product may not be one of the very best available (the Qatar Airways QSuite and Delta One Suite are noticeably better) but this is still a very solid product…and you can be sure that the service will be typically good.


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