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[Expired] [Award Alert] Wide-Open Business Class Availability to Singapore for 87.5K Points

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The world’s longest flight is bookable with miles right now — across many dates early next year.

Singapore Airlines is one of the top-rated carriers in the world, and it has an impressive business class product. This is easily one of the best uses of your points and miles, and award availability is traditionally tough to find.

Here’s what you should know if you want to book this business class flight.

Award Deal — Details

Now’s your chance to book a business class seat on Singapore Airlines with points, thanks to this latest award deal we found. The available dates are scattered throughout early next year.

  • Class: Business
  • Route: Houston (IAH), Los Angeles (LAX), Newark (EWR) and New York (JFK) to Singapore (SIN)
  • Cost: 87,500 Air Canada Aeroplan points and $57 in taxes and fees
  • Travel Dates: January to April 2025
  • Award Seats: Up to 4 passengers per route
Singapore Airlines Airbus A350 Business Class - Turndown Service
Singapore Airlines Airbus A350 business class turndown service. Image Credit: Greg Stone

How To Book

If you’re flexible with travel dates, you’ll want to play around with dates on both Singapore’s departure and return flights. Here are just a couple of example dates we found at the time of writing to get you started:

  • Newark (EWR) to Singapore (SIN): February 7-9, 14-17, 22-24; March 3
  • Singapore (SIN) to Newark (EWR): January 18, 24; February 5, 23, 26; March 19, 26; April 8-9, 14

The cheapest way to book these tickets is not through Singapore’s KrisFlyer program, which increased award rates (especially on business class flights). You’ll want to look toward its Star Alliance partner, Air Canada.

Redemptions from the U.S. to Singapore in business class cost 87,500 Aeroplan points and roughly $57 in taxes and fees one-way.

New York Singapore Redemption
Image Credit: Air Canada

Meanwhile, Singapore charges at least 111,500 KrisFlyer miles for the same flight, so you’re saving a significant amount by booking through Aeroplan.

Hot Tip:

You can earn Air Canada Aeroplan points instantly for this award booking by transferring rewards from American Express Membership RewardsBilt RewardsChase Ultimate Rewards, and Capital One Miles.

Final Thoughts

For the 19-hour flight, you’ll want to fly comfortably and enjoy delicious dining options onboard. While it’s rare that Singapore opens business class space for partners, there’s a decent amount of availability that won’t last long.

This is a book now; think later situation if you’ve wanted to cross Singapore off your bucket list.

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About Stella Shon

With a degree in media and journalism, Stella has been in the points and miles game for more than 6 years. She most recently worked as a Corporate Communications Analyst for JetBlue. Find her work in The New York Times, USA Today, and more.


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