Questions and Answers

Have a travel related question? Post it here, and I’ll do my best to answer it as quickly as possible.

While anyone can comment on regular blog post, registration is required in order to post a question in this space. Creating your account is free, and you'll be able to see when your question is answered, as well as like comments from other users. And of course, you'll earn status points for offering helpful answers!

This space is intended to be more of a community as well, so please jump in and share tips!

Filter by:

SAN Airport

2

Qantas auctioning off seats!

Can you help?
0

How do Airlines Rank Passengers

2

Hotels and families

1

Global Entry Renewal – Applicaton -> New Card = 7 Days

1

UA first responder discount?

2

Alitalia shutting down – now what?

3

Digital nomading

1

New Qatar Transit Policy?

1

USA Accept Antigen Test For Re-Entry

1

Ask a Question

Everyone can read and comment, but you must login to post a new comment.

Answers (3)

Singapore airline stopover rules

Singapore airline stopover rules

  1. Anonymous

    I need to fly on Singapore airline using points from IAH-STL-OOG-HNL-IAH. Can I pay the $100 stopover for STL and HNL?

    Thanks

  2. Dhudd

    I am trying to combine a wedding trip and vacation into one trip. I would like to use Singapore Airline’s points. I need to travel from IAH-STL-OGG-HNL-IAH. Is it possible to pay the $100 stopover fee for the STL and HNL legs? I could reverse the OGG-HNL legs if needed. I appreciate everyone’s input.

  3. MidSouthSkier

    Welcome [USER=1704]@Dhudd[/USER] – unfortunately I think the answer is “no” based on [URL=’http://thepointsguy.com/2014/05/maximizing-singapore-airlines-krisflyer-partner-awards/’]this post by TPG’s Jason Steele[/URL]:

    [B]One free stopover is permitted[/B] on round-trip awards, but three additional stopovers can be purchased for $100 each (other than flights within Europe, [U]or within/between the United States,[/U] Canada, Puerto Rico or U.S. Virgin Islands). Stopovers are defined as any layover over 24 hours, or anything over 4 hours within or between the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico or U.S. Virgin Islands. There are no free stopovers on one-way awards.

    (underlining mine)

    That article is 2 years old so it is possible things have changed, but I wouldn’t count on it.

Sign in to help answer questions.