Airfare of the Day: Singapore Airlines BUSINESS CLASS New York (JFK), United States to Frankfurt (FRA), Germany from $2,000 Round Trip

Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Singapore Airlines and their business class lite excursion non-refundable round trip fares between New York and Frankfurt.

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Fare Details:

  • Fare: Singapore Airlines (SQ) DT5USJ8C NYC to FRA
  • Booking class: D.
  • Price: from $2,000 ($1,841 base fare + taxes & surcharges).
  • Day/Time restrictions: do not apply.
  • Seasonal restrictions: permitted 01JUN 19 through 29FEB 20 on the first international sector.
  • Flight restrictions: transatlantic sectors must be on any SQ flight operated by SQ/MI/TR.
  • Advanced reservation/Ticketing restrictions: reservations are required for all sectors.
  • Minimum stay requirements: 8 days.
  • Maximum stay requirements: 2 months.
  • Stopovers: do not apply.
  • Transfers: do not apply.
  • Blackout dates: do not apply.
  • Travel restrictions: do not apply.
  • Sales restrictions: tickets must be issued on/after 08APR 19 and on/before 22APR 19.
  • Cancellations: ticket is non-refundable.
  • Changes: charge $250.00 for reissue/revalidation.

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Price comparison:


How to look up for this fare using Matrix:


Availability:

I was able to find availability from June 2019 to February 2020 (although listed for $2,098):


Booking examples:

This fare can be booked on Priceline for $2,000:


Accruals:

The following accruals were estimated using wheretocredit calculator for JFK-FRA round trip travel on SQ marketed and operated flights without considering any elite status bonuses or ongoing promotions.


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