Singapore Airlines (Long-haul) Business Class Seats
Singapore Airlines (Long-haul) Business Class Seats

Singapore Airlines Business Class Deal: Tokyo To Sydney From $2,234

Note: This ticket is non-refundable, I would advise you to book the flight once you have a fixed travel plan.

Singapore Airlines is offering great business-class fares where you can travel roundtrip from Japan to Australia for $2,234 on its amazing combinations of A350s, B777s, or A380s. This is one of the cheapest Singapore Airlines deals on this route as the fare generally costs around $4,000.

The fare consists of Singapore Airlines departing from both of Tokyo’s airports: Narita(NRT) and Haneda(HND) with a 3~5 hours connection in Singapore.

Here are some of the dates and routes operated:

  • Travel Dates: Select Dates From August 2023 thru November 2023 & January 2024
  • Fare Class: D(Business)
    • Tokyo(NRT/HND) – Singapore(SIN): Singapore Airlines
    • Singapore(SIN) – Sydney(SYD): Singapore Airlines

Here is some pricing from both airports in Tokyo:

Tokyo(HND) – Sydney(SIN) – $2,237 round-trip

a screenshot of a phone

Tokyo(NRT) – Sydney(SIN) – $2,234 round-trip

a screenshot of a phone

For this booking, there are a few terms and conditions you should be aware of:

  • Minimum stay: 3 days
  • Maximum stay: 1 month
  • Cancellation: Tickets are non-refundable
  • Award Upgrade: Upgrade to first class is not allowed

Singapore Airlines Business Class Products

Singapore Airlines has three different configurations on its Airbus A350 fleets which are:

  • Medium-haul
  • Long-haul
  • Ultra long-haul

These three variations offer different business-class seats. For example, a medium-haul A350 has regional business class seats that have narrower seats compared to long or ultra-long-haul configurations.

the inside of a plane
Singapore Airlines Regional (Medium-haul) Business Class Seats

On the other hand, the long-haul business class products have a wider and more seating positions.

Singapore Airlines Business Class Deal: Tokyo To Sydney From $2,234

So how will you know if your flight features regional or long-haul seats? When you are assigning your seat for your booking, you can easily check the seat map.

The seat map with regional configuration looks like below.

a screenshot of an airplane test

While the seat map for long-haul business class products looks like below.

a screenshot of a map

Japan is a destination where Singapore Airlines mainly operates the A350 with long-haul products however, due to operational issues, you might be using the regional products.

Earning Miles On Singapore Airlines Flights

The D fare class on this ticket will be eligible to earn between 100% to 350% of the miles flown. This means a round-trip flight from Tokyo to Sydney will give you 14,463 miles to 50,620 miles depending on which frequent flyer program you will credit.

I personally love to credit Singapore Airlines miles to either its own frequent flyer program – the Kris Flyer or Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan program. Yes, even though Alaska is a Oneworld member, you can still credit miles when the flight must be marketed and operated by Singapore Airlines.

See here for more details about Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan accumulations on Singapore Airlines flights.