HUKD alert! Flights to New Zealand from just £359!

12 June 2009

Holy moly! Andy was desperate to get home and play naughty teachers in his new school uniform, so he whipped out HotUKDeals of the Day staggeringly early, which means he missed this head-bogglingly brilliant deal.

Posted by HUKD member dufus 124, Singapore Airlines have a sale starting tomorrow which will see flights to Australia and New Zealand from as little as £359. Some of the destinations include:

  • Christchurch £359
  • Auckland £369
  • Melbourne £389
  • Sydney £399
  • Adelaide £395
  • Singapore £295
  • Phuket £329

These are phenomenal prices, for New Zealand especially. None of the team here have flown Singapore Airways - would you recommend them? Regardless, if you want more details on other destinations, head on over to Hot UK Deals.

TOPICS:   Travel


  • Jen
    I flew to Auckland with Singapore Airlines and they were pretty good, efficient book-ins and staff weren't complete idiots. Although, if you're looking for mid-flight snacks about all you'll get is mini muffins, and for a pretty long flight that's not so good.
  • Sharon
    Highly recommend Singapore Airlines!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Tinop
    they are one of the best airlines if not the best.!!
  • DirtyPixel
    Flew with Singapore to NZ last December and they were fantastic. Will be interested to see the travel dates for these prices though - I paid almost £900!!
  • Raj
    Will deffo reccomend them! I have flown with Air NZ (awful) and Singapore to NZ and Singapore are in a different league! Its like comparing a premier league team to a sunday league team!
  • Sandra D.
    Singapore are superb. We have flown to Oz many times with them and would not use anyone else now.
  • Paddy
    I flew cattleclass from NZ to UK via a 3 day stopover in Singapore last December with Singapore Air. Fantastic airline, decent food, decent snacks and one of the air hostesses wanted me. I could tell. Honestly.
  • Holzinger b.
    I blog quite often and I genuinely thank you for your content. The article has really peaked my interest. I'm going to take a note of your website and keep checking for new details about once per week. I opted in for your Feed too.

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