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Premium cabins deals originating out of Asia aren’t too uncommon, but flights that originate from Singapore are quite rare. So here is a good news to our readers from Singapore and around the region – EVA Air is offering you to fly its Premium Economy Class from Singapore to USA from USD $1,058/ SGD 1,448. Here are the details:
|From Singapore to:||Fare Price from SGD|
|Los Angeles ||1,448|
|San Francisco ||1,543|
The above table is not an exhaustive list. It provides a minimum price guide, based on demand, prices may fluctuate.
Promotion details and T&C
- Hello Kitty flights are operated between Singapore and Taipei on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays – flight no. BR226 & BR225. EVA Air reserves the right to change the aircraft type and flight frequency without notice.
- Fares are limited to stay validity up to 1 Year.
- Change and no-show fee: SGD 210
- Refund fee: SGD 280
- One free stop-over in TPE
- Seat Selection: Chargeable for “Premium Economy Basic” Fare
- Travel Period: now till 14th November 2019
- Promotion Period: 31st May 2019
How to find this deal?
The best way to find this deal is by searching Google Flights or via the ITA Matrix. As mentioned earlier, the above table is not an exhaustive list. Click on this link to play around with the dates and destinations!
What is the Premium Economy product like?
The operating aircraft types should the Boeing B777 for both SIN – TPE and TPE – USA sectors with a seat configuration of 2-4-2.
As mentioned above, EVA Air is operating the Hello Kitty flights between Singapore and Taipei on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays – flight no. BR226 & BR225. Check out Sam’s Hello Kitty flight experience on EVA Air‘s Premium Economy Class.
Where should I credit this ticket?
Check out where to credit. These tickets should book into fare code P for some great earnings on Singapore Airlines. Other great places to credit these miles include Aegean Airlines. For example, a flight between Singapore to San Francisco can earn 8439 Krisflyer miles each way.
If you are looking for something that originates from the US to Asia, check out the current deal offered by Singapore Airlines.
How should I pay for this ticket?
I recommend booking this deal directly with the airline as that is the safest way to ensure that your tickets are in good hands.
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