Apr012015

USA-SIN Singapore $733 to $786 all alliances, many airports, dates into December 2015

Airfare from the USA to Singapore has seen a fare drop from several US airports. New York – JFK Singapore sees fares under $800 from several airlines in all three alliances.

JFK-SIN Nov15 $756-786 3ALL

JFK-SIN $733 roundtrip China Eastern (Skyteam Alliance) via Shanghai PVG (April 18-23). Fare available on several dates in April and May.

JFK-SIN $756 to $774 roundtrip Air China S booking class (Star Alliance) via Beijing PEK fare available beginning August 28 into December. Earns 50% miles with United Mileage Plus; ticket earns about 10,069 base miles based on one way flight distance of 10,069 miles.

JFK-SIN $786 roundtrip JAL Japan Airlines Q and N booking classes(Oneworld Alliance) via Tokyo NRT. Bookable on American Airlines website.

JFK-SIN JL $786 Nov15

American AAdvantage members earn 100% flight miles 0.5 EQP per mile outbound for American Airlines codeshare flights in Q booking class operated by JAL.

AAdvantage members earn 30% base miles on Japan Airlines Q and N booking class flights that are not AA codeshares and operated by JAL. JFK-SIN is 10,069 flight miles each way. Roundtrip ticket earns 13,089 base frequent flyer miles and 10,069 EQP.

Lower fares to Singapore SIN are available from many airports in the USA today.

LAX-SIN $733 to $786 has about same airfare prices shown above for JFK.

SFO–SIN is $866–$884 in April, over $900 in May, acouple of dates around $1,050 in July and drops back to $846 in late August through November.

YVR-SIN $787 to $823 has wide open availability of low fares around $811 to $823 April and May, high $800s in June, $942 in July and drops back to as low as $787 to $801 through November 2015.

IAH-SIN as low as $744 on Air China with many dates in April and May 2015 with United flights at $815 and Singapore Airlines at $846.

This is pretty much a wide open sale to Singapore from North America.

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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Comments

  1. @Ven – thanks for pointing out that the outbound are AA codeshares and earn 100% flight miles. That is a big boost.

    I think inbound JAL marketed flights only earn 30% flight miles.

  2. My understanding would be that all flights would be considered AA marketed since you are booking on their website.

  3. Ric, I just come back from CGK using JAL and get EQM,EQP and also bonus miles if you purchase on AA.com and those are code share.

  4. It is clearly stated in AAdvantage rules AA codeshares earn 100% miles. The flights shown in this article for the return on JAL flight numbers and not codeshares, which is why I expect these flights earn 30% miles for the return segments.

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