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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.
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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)