KrisFlyer members will soon be charged significantly more miles when redeeming them for Singapore Airlines flights. To add to the blow, the 15% online booking discount available on Singapore Airlines and SilkAir award bookings will also be discontinued. But it's not all bad news, with "fuel and insurance" surcharges to be dropped on Singapore Airlines award … [Read more...]
Singapore Airlines is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. Singapore Airlines is a highly regarded airline known for it's excellent service and efficient operations. It also has convenient connections from all major Australian cities to Europe, Asia and the United States.
Read our guide how to transfer SPG points for travel on different airlines to learn how to earn KrisFlyer miles by transferring points you earn from hotel stays, or even from other airlines!
Did you know that you can use Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer miles to book a round-the-world ticket? For 180,000 miles in Economy, just 240,000 miles in Business or 360,000 miles in First class, you can fly around the world on Star Alliance airlines with up to 7 stopovers! The "Star Alliance Round the World Award" offered by KrisFlyer is an especially great deal for Business … [Read more...]
Premium Economy is an increasingly popular middle-ground between Economy and Business class. But according to one disappointed member, the experience is NOT worth the premium price-tag. This member flew Singapore Airlines to Europe and back, paying significantly more than an Economy ticket. But they did not find the Premium Economy service to be a marked step-up from cattle … [Read more...]
Singapore Airlines recently announced several significant changes to its KrisFlyer frequent flyer program. The good news is that KrisFlyer miles can now be used to purchase a Premium Economy award flight or upgrade. The bad news, however, is that some redemptions are becoming more expensive. In addition, point upgrades from Economy to Business class are no longer allowed on … [Read more...]
Singapore Airlines will soon become the only airline to operate international flights from Australia's capital. In a move that has pleasantly surprised many, the airline announced direct flights from Canberra to two cities: Singapore and Wellington. The flights will be operated by a Boeing 777 which will fly between Singapore and Wellington, with a stopover in Canberra in each … [Read more...]