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Deal Alert: Excellent Singapore Airlines First Class Award Availability

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Back in October, we alerted you to a bunch of Singapore Airlines First Class award availability out in September and October 2022. Well, now the availability is back and better than before! This post has been updated to reflect the new availability.

Singapore Airlines is bringing its Airbus A380 aircraft out of storage, which means the return of the fabled Singapore Suites product. If you've been waiting to experience this product for yourself, now's the time to act. Singapore Airlines has opened first-class award availability on several of its routes, including its fifth-freedom route from New York to Frankfurt.

Some routes even have full months of award availability. But, these are sure to be scooped up quickly. Read on for what you need to know to book this rare Singapore Airlines first class award availability.

Singapore Airlines First Class Award Availability

Right now, we see great Singapore Airlines first class award availability on several routes. Here's a breakdown of the availability by route.

New York to Frankfurt

The route that's likely most relevant for U.S. readers is Singapore Airlines' fifth-freedom route between New York (JFK) and Frankfurt (FRA). Singapore has added the A380 back on this route. Unfortunately, Singapore is still using its “old” A380 first-class suites on this route. Although it's not as striking as the new A380 suites, it's still one of the best first-class products in the skies.

Singapore Airlines A380 First Class Suites
Singapore Airlines “old” A380 First Class Suites

For this 8-hour flight, you'll need to pay 86,000 KrisFlyer miles each way. Luxury doesn't come cheap. But, this is going to be the most accessible way for U.S. travelers to fly Singapore First Class.

We see first-class award availability on this route on the following dates:

  • March 29-31
  • April 2-8, 10-17, 19-30
  • May 1-16, 18-26, 28-30
  • June 2, 4-6, 11-15, 17, 19-23, 26-29
  • July 2-3, 5-8, 10-12, 14-15, 17-23, 25-27, 29-31
  • August 1-18, 20-24, 26-30
  • October 1, 14, 21, 23, 27
  • November 7

Singapore Airlines First Class Award Availability JFK-FRA

Singapore to Hong Kong

During the pandemic lockdown, I took stock of the airline products that I wanted to experience before they might be abruptly retired (RIP Etihad Apartments). And Singapore's new A380 suites topped the list.

New Singapore Suites Individual Suite

The cheapest way to experience this product is on the route from Singapore (SIN) to Hong Kong (HKG) for 40,500 KrisFlyer miles each way.

So, I snagged two first class awards together on this route for November 2021. Surely the pandemic would be over by then… right? Well, since Singapore canceled that flight, I've been stalking Singapore's website daily, waiting for award space to open up. And this is what clued me to this massive release of Singapore Airlines first class award availability.

You can book Singapore Airlines First Class from Singapore to Hong Kong on the following dates:

  • September 1-4, 6-15, 17-30
  • October 2-19, 22-31
  • November 1-18, 20, 23-25, 28-30

Singapore Airlines First Class Award Availability SIN-HKG

If you're flying as a couple, you can book two suites next to each other to create an incredible double bed in the sky. And many dates listed above have 2+ Singapore Airlines First Class award seats available on the route from Singapore to Hong Kong.

New Singapore Suites Giant Bed

Singapore to Frankfurt

It's not just New York to Frankfurt that's available in Singapore First Class. You can also book saver awards between Singapore (SIN) and Frankfurt (FRA). This twice-daily route uses both the Airbus A380 (with the “old” suites) and Singapore's Boeing 777-300ER. If the aircraft type matters, check the details carefully before booking your award.

This nearly 13-hour flight costs a whopping 125,000 KrisFlyer miles each way. There's availability on at least one of the two flights on the following dates:

  • February 1-5, 7, 9-10, 13-18, 20, 22-28
  • March 1, 3-5, 7, 12, 14-17, 20-24, 26
  • September 2-8, 12, 22-24, 26, 28
  • October 2, 4-6, 10, 12-13, 15-16, 18-20, 22, 24-28, 30-31
  • November 1, 3, 5-11, 13-30
  • December 1-2

Singapore Airlines First Class Award Availability SIN-FRA

Singapore to Seoul

Likewise, award availability is wide open between Singapore (SIN) and Seoul (ICN). Singapore uses a Boeing 777-300ER on this route, and first-class awards cost 70,000 KrisFlyer miles. You can book first class saver awards on this route on the following dates:

  • September 1-14, 16, 18-30
  • October 1-21, 23-31
  • November 1-30
  • December 1-2


Routes that don't have availability

Unfortunately, not all Singapore Airlines First Class routes have wide-open award availability right now. Here are the routes that you can skip searching for award availability:

  • Singapore (SIN) to London Heathrow (LHR)
  • Los Angeles (LAX) to Tokyo (NRT)
  • San Francisco (SFO) to Hong Kong (HKG)
  • Singapore (SIN) to New Delhi (DEL) — only available March 27-31
  • Singapore (SIN) to Auckland (AKL)

How to Book Singapore Airlines First Class

Singapore Airlines has never been generous to its partners when it comes to premium cabin award availability. And it's even worse than usual. Singapore is currently blocking its awards from being searched or booked through United Airlines and other partners.

So, the best way to book Singapore Airlines premium cabin awards is by using Singapore Airlines itself. To start your search:

  1. Browse to Singapore Airlines' homepage
  2. Click “redeem flights” on the flight search widget
  3. Log into your KrisFlyer / PPS Club account
  4. Enter your route, date, number of passengers, and select First Class
  5. Click Search


Singapore will return search results for the date you searched — plus or minus three days. Select the date that you want to book and select the cheapest-available award type.


If Saver awards aren't available for the date you want, you can waitlist for the award. However, to do so, you'll need to have enough KrisFlyer miles in your account to pay for the award if availability opens.

You can also join the waitlist via phone, if you don't have the miles in your account at present. Call (833) 727-0118 if you're in the U.S., or search Singapore's international numbers for other countries. Joining the waitlist is hit and miss this way, as some agents will give you generous terms while others will charge a phone booking fee and give less generous terms.

How to Get Singapore KrisFlyer Miles

Singapore KrisFlyer miles are some of the most accessible airline miles to generate. Singapore is a transfer partner of all five major transfer point programs, as well as plenty of other programs:

Any time you're looking for a points or miles source, use AwardWallet's transfer tool to see all available transfer options.

Bottom Line

It's rare to see this much Singapore Airlines first class award availability. So, if you — like me — have been excited to try out Singapore's first class product, now's the time to book. Remember that you'll need to book through Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer, so don't waste your time searching for award availability on partner airlines like United.

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