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Vancouver to Singapore

Vancouver to Singapore

  1. Anonymous

    Hi there, my fiance and I are travelling to Singapore next February from Vancouver for our honeymoon. We want to travel business class but cant decide on which carrier to go on . Price is not an issue just service,comfort and good food are tops on our wish list . Any help from anyone would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

  2. No Name

    Welcome and congratulation

    Sadly Singapore don’t fly out of Vancouver or they would be my first choice.

    Look at Cathay Pacific, ANA and JAL.

    ANA or JAL would be good if they fly one of their updated B787 when you are traveling, if it’s the old angled I would stay away.

    The planes that Cathay uses on this route have a very nice J cabin, but their catering in J might not be all that.

  3. thelongroadau

    It’s probably worth looking at revenue fares on Philippine Airlines too, they often have very competitive J fares.

  4. No Name


    The original poster asked for the best product, not the cheapest.

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