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Another good deal from Singapore! Vietnam Airlines is offering you to fly its Business Class from Singapore to Europe from USD $1,816/ SGD 2,476. Here are the details:
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The above table is not an exhaustive list. It provides a minimum price guide. Based on demand, prices may fluctuate.
- Min/Max stay: None.
- Stopovers: U$10 each.
- Travel restrictions: valid for travel commencing on/after 01APR 19.
- Sales restrictions: tickets must be issued on/after 01APR 19.
- Cancellations and changes: U$20
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 Business Class product like?
Vietnam Airlines is currently flying the B787 or A350 on the long haul sector to Europe with a seat configuration of 1-2-1. The short-haul sector between Singapore to Vietnam is operated with the A321 with a seat configuration of 2-2.
Where should I credit this ticket?
Check out where to credit. These tickets should book into fare code I for some great earnings on Korean Air. Other great places to credit these miles include Flying Blue. For example, a round trip between Singapore to San Paris can earn 16658 miles on Flying Blue or Korean Air.
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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