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LAX to Singapore $381-$421 Nov-May China Southern

Skyteam Alliance airline China Southern has Los Angeles LAX to Singapore SIN on sale for $381 a few dates in Nov-Dec, then $401 for dates Jan-May, except February. Most dates in April 2018 are $401 and May most dates are $421.

Schedules look good too with no forced overnight in Guangzhou, China on itineraries I searched. Yu have the option of overnight in Guangzhou on most dates.

US yesterday, gone today. Perhaps tomorrow?

United Airlines had similar fares for November-December yesterday on their new nonstop. Those went away in the past 8 hours, but keep an eye on that route if you would like to fly 18 hours nonstop in economy class. That UA deal might return if seats are not filling up this winter.

I considered the UA economy K flight for 8,600 miles with Aegean, but the cost of hotels in Singapore seemed high to me.

I flew UA SFO-Hong Kong on Singapore mileage runs several times in the early 2000s. The pain in my ass from being seated 15 consecutive hours is one I still remember. I definitely preferred flying LAX/SFO-Tokyo-Singapore to break up the flights with some intermediate extensive walking. 18 hours for Singapore to LAX is truly an endurance flight for the body.

Anyway, China Southern has these LAX-SIN $381-$421 fares available now. How long they last is anyone’s guess?

Also, San Francisco to Singapore $431-$511.

China Southern LAX-SIN $400.54

Los Angeles LAX – Guangzhou CAN – Singapore SIN – CAN – LAX

$400.54 round trip  Fri April 6 – Fri April 13 Orbitz ticket

LAX-SIN $401 China Southern-1 Apr6-13

LAX-SIN $401 China Southern-2 Apr6-13

China Southern LAX-SIN $380.54 Expedia ticket

Los Angeles LAX – Guangzhou CAN – Singapore SIN – CAN – LAX

$380.54  Tue Dec 5 – Tue Dec 12

LAX-SIN $381 CS Dec5-12 






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