When you're looking at flights to Singapore, bear in mind that September is likely to be the most expensive time to fly. If you can be flexible on your travel dates, consider flying in low season – November – when prices tend to be lower.
On average, Singapore Changi International Airport (SIN) is the cheapest airport for flying into Singapore, so consider starting your trip from there. 8,612 direct and indirect flights land in the country from the UK every week so, if you can’t find what you’re looking for, try searching by month to see a broader range of flights. Searching by month will also show you the cheapest day to fly.
You might like to know that, out of all 34 airlines that fly to Singapore, Air China usually has the lowest prices. Today alone, we've scanned 210,227 across the world – and we can tell you that the cheapest flight we've found to Singapore is just £370. What are you waiting for?