Flying Away with Amazing Airlines

Tuesday August 2, 2016 | by Daniel Goh | In America, Asia

Often times when travelling, I'll feel really amazed as I think to myself, "Eight hours ago I was just at home scrolling Facebook and now I'm in a different continent." Take Singapore and Melbourne for example: the two cities have completely different histories, cultures, cuisines and people, yet you could fly from one place to the other in less than half a day. This has only been made possible by airlines and their extraordinary airplanes. 

Singapore Airlines

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No other airline collectively embodies luxury, sophistication and local flair quite like Singapore Airlines. The seamless blend of both professionalism and the Authentic Singapore Girl have brought the brand to the forefront of air travel, and is by no means slowing down. They currently fly to 35 countries, just started a new route to Dusseldorf, and are planning to add Manchester, Canberra and Wellington to the list by October.

In just the first seven months of this year, they have already been awarded 27 different awards from around the glove, including Best Airline in Asia and Best Business Class Airline Seat by Skytrax World Airline Awards. Some claim Singapore Airlines' Economy Class to be as good, if not better, than Business Classes that they have taken previously on other airlines, a testament to the excellent quality and consistency on every flight.

With this week's Flash Sale, you can experience flying with Singapore Airlines - even for a short flight, it's worth every cent. Retturn flights to Hong Kong start from $233, Bangkok from $217, Shanghai from $476 and Tokyo from $568.

Book your flight on Singapore Airlines now →


Malaysia Airlines

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Malaysia Airlines is one of the most affordable full-service carriers at the moment, offering flights to their huge network of 53 countries. As a member of the OneWorld Alliance, passengers can earn more reward points across all member airlines and experience smoother transfers, among other perks. Malaysia Airlines offers one of the youngest airline fleets in the industry, with a combination of the following new aircrafts: Boeing 738 Sky Interior aircrafts plying short-haul routes, Airbus 330 aircrafts serving medium-haul routes and Airbus 380 flying long-haul routes. 

Book with this week's Flash Sale and ride in one of these planes on your holiday:

  • Kuala Lumpur from $129 (return)
  • London from $898 (return)
  • Osaka from $403 (return)
  • Beijing from $292 (return)

Rarely can passengers enjoy the luxuries of service, in-flight entertainment and meals of a full-service carrier at the prices that Malaysia Airlines offers. Travel in comfort and go easy on your wallet; this week's Flash Sale gives you the best of both worlds!

Book your flight on Malaysia Airlines now →


Korean Air

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By now, you would already know that Singaporeans love Korea. If you haven't seen our previous blog post explaining why, check it out here. So if you're flying to Seoul, there really isn't a better airline to fly with. Begin your Korean experience from the very moment you board, with beautiful flight attendants cheerfully greeting you as you enter the plane. A wide variety of authentic Korean in-flight meals such as bibimbap, Korean-style Dongchimi noodles, fresh crab marinated in soy sauce, Kalbi-jjim (braised beef short-ribs) and Bulgogi with rice are also served, a delicious teaser to the flavours that await your arrival.

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You could enjoy these dishes on the routes we have on sale this week. Return flights to Seoul start from $635, Jeju from $773, Sapporo from #1037 and New York from $1457! 

Of course, South Korea is just one of the many destinations that Korean Air can fly you to. With a routemap of 31 countries and code-share agreements with all other SkyTeam members, you could fly to practically anywhere in the world. Want to go to Seoul for your next holiday? Book tickets on Korean Air with this week's Flas Sale and get an extra 23kg baggage and limousine transfer! If you're travelling to the USA, get your complimentary access to Incheon International Airport Sky Lounge with us here.

Book your flight on Korean Air now →

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