We’ve seen tons of cheap flights to Europe over the past 6 months or so. A $500 round-trip fare to Europe used to be a great deal. Now, $350 is the new $500. But, cheap flights to Asia have been harder to find.
Gary notes that these fares are from multiple cities like New York, Chicago and Singapore.
I had trouble finding the cheapest fares out of NYC on as many dates as Gary, though Google Flights did show me $329 round-trip fares on Japan Airlines connecting in Tokyo. And, Chicago looks wide open.
Since it’s possible those NYC fares are disappearing, it makes sense to hurry and book these if you want to take advantage of these prices. Remember that any fare originating from or arriving in the US is required to either give you 24 hours to cancel for a full refund or to hold the fare for 24 hours. That should give you time to consider your options, book hotels, etc.
The Final Two Pennies
I’ve never been to Singapore, but many of my friends comment on how great a city it is. I’ve flown Japan Airlines (though only in business class) and found them to be a reliable carrier. I think this is a fabulous opportunity to steal a cheap trip to Asia. There are plenty of places to jump off to from Singapore. And, there seems to be quite a bit of flexibility with booking dates for these fares.
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