Early last year Singapore Airlines announced that they’d be introducing a premium economy product, which they’ve progressively been adding throughout their longhaul fleet. While the hard product for Singapore Airlines’ premium economy looks pretty average (similar to domestic first class within the US), you can bet that they’ll have an amazing soft product, as Singapore Airlines consistently does across all cabins.
Anyway, while we’ve seen some pretty specific premium economy fare sales, Singapore Airlines has an incredible premium economy fare sale at the moment, for travel between the US and Singapore.
You can fly roundtrip premium economy from New York, Los Angeles, or San Francisco, to Singapore, for ~$1,150 roundtrip. Your outbound travel can occur between November 1, 2016, and June 30, 2017.
Availability for the fare is wide open across all routes, so you shouldn’t have any issues with that. The best place to book is directly on Singapore Airlines’ website, which should reflect the ~$1,147 fare for travel from any of the above cities.
This ticket should book into the “P” fare class, which earns a good number of miles with many frequent flyer programs. Check out whereotcredit.com for full details. You earn at least 100% miles with a vast majority of partner programs, and Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer even awards 110% miles for premium economy fares.
While premium economy of course won’t be as nice as business class, it’s still a very comfortalbe way to fly. I’d actually like to review a longhaul premium economy product sometime soon, so this fare tempts me. I’d guess that Singapore Airlines has among the best premium economy soft products in the world, given how excellent they are in all their cabins.
If you’re looking to get to Asia on a revenue fare at a reasonable price, this is a value that’s tough to beat.
Is anyone considering flying Singapore Airlines premium economy to Asia at this price?
(Tip of the hat to zoqfotpik on FlyerTalk)