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The early bird catches the best fares

SINGAPORE Airlines has launched its Early Bird sale, with great value fares on offer for a huge range of destinations across Europe and beyond.

On sale until November 30, 2011 for departures from March 1, 2012 to September 30, 2012, fares are available to Singapore Airlines destinations throughout Europe as well as optional add-on flights from selected European cities to New York, Houston or Sao Paulo.

For the first time, customers across regional Australia can also enjoy seamless connections from 23 selected Virgin Australia ports onto their Singapore Airlines flights all the way through to Europe. Virgin Australia customers travelling on Singapore Airlines tickets will also be able to begin their full-service journey from their departure point, enjoying a complimentary in-flight meal and entertainment.

Special inclusions such as a 30kg baggage allowance to Europe, the ever-popular Singapore Airlines FutureProof Price Guarantee for Singapore Airlines' destinations in Europe and the Americas - providing customers with the peace of mind that the Airline will not offer cheaper fares within the guarantee period of March 1 to September 30, 2012 - as well as the option of one night's accommodation in Singapore on the way to Europe for only $1 per person, twin share at selected hotels (blackout periods and conditions apply) mean that now is the perfect time to plan next year's overseas escape.

Special Early Bird fares are also available for travel to South Africa and the Middle East, as well as for travel in business class.

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