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(Business) Stockholm-Australia/New Zealand R/T, Singapore Airlines, fr. 2.375 EUR

(Business) Stockholm-Australia/New Zealand R/T, Singapore Airlines, fr. 2.375 EUR

Old Sep 24, 18, 5:41 am
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(Business) Stockholm-Australia/New Zealand R/T, Singapore Airlines, fr. 2.375 EUR

Singapore Airlines year-round Business class saver fares to Australia/New Zealand from Stockholm.
You can also choose Air New Zealand flight between Singapore-Auckland.
No buy latest date.

(Business) Stockholm-Australia/New Zealand R/T, Singapore Airlines, from 2.375 EUR / 2.490 USD / 24.500 SEK incl. taxes

Airlines: Singapore Airlines (SQ)
Cabin class: Business
Booking class: D
Fare basis: D15SER3
Fare: all prices are incl. taxes
  • Auckland: 24.500 SEK
  • Christchurch: 24.700 SEK
  • Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Wellington: 24.800 SEK
  • Sydney: 24.900 SEK
  • Brisbane: 25.000 SEK
  • Canberra: 25.300 SEK
Advance purchase: --
Min/Max stay: stay the night between Saturday and Sunday / 12 months
Buy latest: --
Valid for departure: --
Valid for homebound: --
Stopover: Unlimited stopover is permitted
Child discount: 25% discount from the base fare
Refundable: No
Rebookable: Yes, against a fee of 200 EUR each time
Routing: Stockholm-(SQ via Moscow)-Singapore-(SQ)-SQ destinations in Australia/New Zealand


Fare example:
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Old Sep 24, 18, 11:36 am
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Not only is this not new (been posted many times and available nearly all year round), it's 10% more than the usual price.
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Old Sep 24, 18, 12:19 pm
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Originally Posted by lhr baby View Post
Not only is this not new (been posted many times and available nearly all year round), it's 10% more than the usual price.
Does it help if there isn't any valid fare with that price (10% less) now?
You can always complain and say how good it was before. But we are not living in the past.
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Old Sep 24, 18, 3:18 pm
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Thanks OP. Had no idea SQ has a fifth freedom route between ARN and DME.
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Old Sep 25, 18, 12:46 pm
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It is a decent fare. It used to credit 200% for SAS EuroBonus. Now only 150%.
However bear in mind that you have to disembark the aircraft in DME, Comrade Putin wants to check your passport.
It is tougher on the return, as you have to wake up in the middle of the night - just to tour the airport.
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Old Sep 25, 18, 1:43 pm
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You certainly dont need to fly via Moscow both ways - there are alternatives via AMS, FRA, CPH etc by starting and/or finishing in Oslo, same price. For example
https://www.google.com/flights#flt=O...;sd:1;t:f;tt:m

Particularly useful to route via FRA on the return where you can duck into the supermarket in the basement and fill your bags with food, beer, wine and whatever else costs a fortune in Scandinavia - Norway is in the EU free trade zone so no limit on what you bring in
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Old Sep 25, 18, 3:47 pm
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D15SER3 @ 2263EUR only allows Moscow/sin transit

D15SER2/1 @ 2545EUR allows Europe/sin transit

There's a D15SER2X @ 2277EUR , not sure what the limitations are
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Old Sep 25, 18, 11:39 pm
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Originally Posted by harryhv View Post
You certainly dont need to fly via Moscow both ways - there are alternatives via AMS, FRA, CPH etc by starting and/or finishing in Oslo, same price. For example
https://www.google.com/flights#flt=O...;sd:1;t:f;tt:m

Particularly useful to route via FRA on the return where you can duck into the supermarket in the basement and fill your bags with food, beer, wine and whatever else costs a fortune in Scandinavia - Norway is in the EU free trade zone so no limit on what you bring in
This is incorrect at least with respect to alcohol and tobacco. Please see https://www.toll.no/en/goods/alcohol...obacco/quotas/.
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