Fare Deal: Fly Round the World on Singapore Airlines for $891

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In April and May and August through end of year you can fly round the world — with stops in Hong Kong, Bali, and Frankfurt — from just $891 on Singapore Airlines.

Search with Momondo and change the dates to suit your trip.

This takes you literally around the world.

It’s a lot of flying in Singapore Airlines economy to be sure but it’s a more civilized economy than you’re probably used to with features that frequently include: more legroom than US airlines offer, an adjustable head rest as well as cup holder and coat hook, and a foot bar that is usually a feature only of premium economy.

Even the meals are good, since Singapore serves virtually identical food to economy passengers that they do in premium economy. And long haul passengers get a pillow and blanket, too.

(HT: Fly 4 Free)

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Comments

  1. Why does anyone think those stupid ‘coat hooks’ are a good idea? Who wants any sort of coat taking up valuable space in Y, endlessly brushing back and forth over your knees? Can see many coats ending up on the floor as your seatmate squeezes by you to get out.

  2. I checked, and yes by entering suitable dates in the search, you can get stopovers. This looks like a really nice deal.

  3. Hey Gary, I don’t think anybody has asked this yet, but is it possible to upgrade with miles or cash?

  4. These flights are N class, so they’re only worth half SAS, SQ or VA miles, and none on any other. And no you cannot upgrade this class with miles.

    But hey, at least you get to travel around the world.

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