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Singapore partner award surcharges

Singapore partner award surcharges

  1. Milosz

    Is there any way to check singapore krisflyer partner award surcharges before booking?

  2. Gaurav

    [USER=1563]@Milosz[/USER] SQ passes on taxes and fuel surcharges so you should be able to look up the flights on ITA to get an idea of what you would be likely to pay. Their call center is also pretty competent so you could call in and ask them to quote the price.

  3. Milosz

    [QUOTE=”Gaurav, post: 14052, member: 79″][USER=1563]@Milosz[/USER] SQ passes on taxes and fuel surcharges so you should be able to look up the flights on ITA to get an idea of what you would be likely to pay. Their call center is also pretty competent so you could call in and ask them to quote the price.[/QUOTE]
    [USER=79]@Gaurav[/USER] Would miles and more be accurate with the surcharges and availability?

  4. Anonymous

    [USER=1563]@Milosz[/USER] — Nope. Miles&More levies fuel surcharges even on carriers that wouldn’t assess them normally, so they aren’t a good way to guesstimate what other programs charge.

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