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 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.
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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...]
Unused frequent flyer points will usually expire after a certain amount of time. In our local Qantas and Virgin Velocity programs, points will only expire if the account is not kept active. Earning or redeeming just one point at least once every 18 months is all it takes to keep the entire balance alive. But not all programs work this way. In Singapore Airlines' KrisFlyer … [Read more...]
This week a member is looking to book a trip to Asia on Singapore Airlines. As a Velocity member, they would like to book with Virgin Australia however to do so would cost $132 more. Understandably they are wondering what, if anything, one gets for that extra $132. Hi, just looking into booking a fare to asia return from Melbourne. Using the Virgin website and then Singapore … [Read more...]