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Nice price from New York to Frankfurt on Singapore Airlines Business Class! Starting from $2,188, you can also receive at least 15,358 miles on the Alaska Mileage Plan. Here are the details:
- Travel Period: Well scattered across 2020. Bits and pieces in 2019
- Prices are quoted on point of writing. It is subject to change, based on the demand.
- Fare Class: D
How to Find This Deal?
As a general rule of thumb, you should search for the fares using Google Flights and set your preferred airlines to Singapore Airlines. Play around with the calendar and find the dates with the cheapest price.
What is The Business Class Product Like?
Singapore Airlines flies the Airbus A380 on this route with a 1-2-1 seat configuration in the Business Class cabin. This is the Business Class seat that you will be on:
Where Should I Credit This Ticket?
Check out where to credit. The ticket should book into fare code D, for some great earnings on the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan (Base miles – 15,358 miles). I strongly advocate to credit your flights to the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan. Check out the post below to find out why.
How Should I Pay For This Ticket?
If Amex isn’t your card of choice the Chase Sapphire Preferred offers 2x points on all airfare purchases.
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