Deal Alert: Singapore Airlines From Paris to Asia in Business Class From £1,440 Return

Jun 10, 2019

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Flight deals are typically only available on limited dates. To find the best dates and prices, we recommend you use Google Flights‘ calendar which shows prices across entire months. In this case, the best is to click through to the Expedia booking page where you will see the prices below. 

Singapore Airlines offers undoubtedly one of the best business class products in the sky, and now you can experience it for less than £1,500 return to Asia. Cambodia, Philippines and Vietnam are all available for these low fares when originating in Paris (CDG). The cheapest flights are available just as winter sets in fast — the perfect opportunity to escape the cold and rain in style.

This is another great example of how you can save big by starting your journey from mainland Europe instead of the UK. Remember, you can get to Paris for next to nothing if you use a Reward Flight Saver from as little as 4,000 Avios and £17.50.

Airline: Singapore Airlines
Routes: CDG to SGN/MNL/PNH
Cost: £1,440+ return
Travel Dates: late October to early December

Here is an example of what you can book:

Paris (CDG) to Manila (MNL) for £1,440 return in business class:

Paris (CDG) to Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) for £1,450 return in business class:

Paris (CDG) to Phnom Penh (PNH) for £1,456 return in business class:

H/T: Sam Chui

Featured photo by Zach Honig/The Points Guy.

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