The lowest price for the longest flight…

19 hours in the air, 9,534 miles and a solid 12 hour time difference is all that separates New York City and spectacular Singapore. But a special Airbus A350 ultra long haul jet configured with just 161 seats, made up entirely of premium economy and business class will make the journey a lot less daunting than it sounds, when Singapore Airlines relaunches the world’s longest flight this October. To kick off the festivities, the airline has launched the lowest deal yet, with round trip flights in premium economy, starting from just $1100 – and the deal works both ways…

The Deal

If you can find a travel buddy, colleague, lover or anyone else, you can lock in premium economy on the longest flight in the world, to one of the most enjoyable cities in the world for $1100 round trip. If you’re traveling solo dolo it’s $1350. Singapore is such an exciting city, with the cheapest Michelin starred meal on earth, amazing cocktail bars and gardens you genuinely have to see to believe. If you’re starting in Singapore, New York isn’t too shabby either! These flights offer you bragging rights and direct flights on the new Singapore A350-900ULR, which is a mere month old! The flight hasn’t yet launched, but is already being hailed for its specially designed wellness initiatives and inventive menus.

The Dates

These amazing deals must be booked by October 12th, for travel from October 12th, 2018 thru March 31st, 2019. There are blackout dates from December 13th to January 8th. For the record, these prices are $188 lower than the previously lowest offered price for these flights. If you want to lock in the $1100 per person, you’ll need to book for two people at once.

How To Book

Singapore’s deal pages are an underrated way to find travel opportunity. Here’s a link to the best deals from New York to Singapore, and vice versa, from Singapore to New York.Β Sadly, these premium economy deals can’t be upgraded to business class using points, though we’ve heard of some people having success in doing so.Β Either way, you’ll get Singapore Airlines award winning premium economy seat, which is easily more comfortable than domestic first class. That’ll help with the whole 19 hour thing…