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All Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer award prices by route

From Adelaide to Zurich - every single SIA and SilkAir route to and from Singapore listed alphabetically by miles

SQ A380 Side (Airbus)

There are a few ways to check how many miles you’ll need for a KrisFlyer redemption on Singapore Airlines or SilkAir flights. Firstly you can enter your routing and chosen cabin class on the KrisFlyer online miles calculator. You’ll just have to click ‘Redeem Miles’ first. Problem is, that doesn’t work for SilkAir routes (even though it claims it will).

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Oh really? (Source: Singaporeair.com)

Alternatively you can make a dummy award booking and check the rate that way. Lastly there’s a zone-based redemption table on the Singapore Airlines website, but for that you’ll need to determine which country / region you’re flying to, and then look at the correct table (one for Advantage redemptions, the other for Saver).

All in all it can be a pain to quickly determine how many miles you’ll need for a trip, so we’ve devised a quick reference table of our own by destination in alphabetical order which should help you. Simply bookmark this page for future reference.

The table shows the one-way redemption cost to or from Singapore in thousands of miles. You’ll need to double the miles rate for a round-trip award flight.

Rates are only shown for cabins actually operating on a specific route (e.g. Singapore to Perth – Economy and Business class rates only, as no aircraft on this route have a Premium Economy or First Class cabin installed). In this sense the table also acts as a quick reference guide for the routes you can redeem Premium Economy and First Class tickets on (there aren’t that many).

If you would like a handy PDF version to refer to on your own device, you can download that here. It fits all on one page for easy reference.

PDFicon.png Singapore Airlines and SilkAir KrisFlyer Award Prices by Route (PDF, 138 KB)

KrisFlyer miles rates A – Z of routes to/from Singapore

Updated: 19th August 2018

Key:

  • Y – Economy
  • W – Premium Economy
  • J – Business
  • F – First / Suites
To / from Singapore Saver Advantage
Y W J F Y J F
Adelaide 28 58 55 90
Ahmedabad 18.5 35 37 65
Amsterdam 38 62.5 85 70 120
Auckland 28 45 58 80 55 90 130
Balikpapan 7.5 17.5 15 35
Bandung 7.5 17.5 15 35
Bangkok 12.5 20 25 40
Barcelona 38 62.5 85 70 120
Beijing 20 30 35 50 40 65 95
Bengaluru 18.5 35 37 65
Brisbane 28 45 58 55 90
Brunei 7.5 17.5 25 15 35 50
Cairns 28 58 55 90
Canberra 28 45 58 80 55 90 130
Cape Town 25 35 45 55 90
Cebu 12.5 20 25 40
Changsha 15 27.5 30 50
Chengdu 15 27.5 30 50
Chennai 18.5 35 37 65
Chiang Mai 12.5 20 25 40
Chongqing 15 27.5 30 50
Christchurch 28 45 58 55 90
Cochin 18.5 35 37 65
Coimbatore 18.5 35 37 65
Colombo 18.5 35 37 65
Copenhagen 38 62.5 85 115 70 120 210
Da Nang 12.5 20 25 40
Darwin 20 32.5 37 65
Davao 12.5 20 25 40
Delhi 18.5 30 35 50 37 65 95
Denpasar 7.5 17.5 15 35
Dhaka 18.5 35 37 65
Dubai 25 35 45 70 55 90 130
Dusseldorf 38 62.5 85 70 120
Frankfurt 38 62.5 85 115 70 120 210
Fukuoka 25 43 45 70
Fuzhou 15 27.5 30 50
Guangzhou 15 27.5 30 50
Guilin 15 27.5 30 50
Hanoi 12.5 20 25 40
Hiroshima 25 43 45 70
Ho Chi Minh 12.5 20 25 40
Hong Kong 15 22.5 27.5 37.5 30 50 70
Houston 40 70 92 75 135
Hyderabad 18.5 35 37 65
Istanbul 25 45 55 90
Jakarta 7.5 17.5 25 15 35 50
Johannesburg 25 35 45 55 90
Kathmandu 18.5 35 37 65
Koh Samui 12.5 20 25 40
Kolkata 18.5 35 37 65
Kota Kinabalu 7.5 17.5 15 35
Kuala Lumpur 7.5 17.5 15 35
Kunming 15 27.5 30 50
Lombok 7.5 17.5 15 35
London 38 62.5 85 115 70 120 210
Los Angeles 38 65 88 118 70 120 210
Luang Prabang 12.5 20 25 40
Male 18.5 35 37 65
Manado 7.5 17.5 15 35
Manchester 38 62.5 85 70 120
Mandalay City 12.5 20 25 40
Manila 12.5 20 30 25 40 60
Medan 7.5 17.5 15 35
Melbourne 28 45 58 80 55 90 130
Milan 38 62.5 85 70 120
Moscow 38 62.5 85 70 120
Mumbai 18.5 30 35 50 37 65 95
Munich 38 62.5 85 70 120
Nagoya 25 43 45 70
New York 40 70 92 120 75 135 225
Osaka 25 43 65 45 70 115
Paris 38 62.5 85 115 70 120 210
Penang 7.5 17.5 15 35
Perth 20 32.5 37 65
Phuket 12.5 20 25 40
Pnomh Penh 12.5 20 25 40
Rome 38 62.5 85 70 120
San Francisco 38 65 88 118 70 120 210
Semarang 7.5 17.5 15 35
Seoul 25 32.5 43 65 45 70 115
Shanghai 20 30 35 50 40 65 95
Shenzen 15 27.5 30 50
Siem Reap 12.5 20 25 40
Stockholm 38 62.5 85 70 120
Surabaya 7.5 17.5 15 35
Sydney 28 45 58 80 55 90 130
Taipei 15 27.5 30 50
Tokyo 25 32.5 43 65 45 70 115
Trivandrum 18.5 35 37 65
Vientiane 12.5 20 25 40
Visakhapatnam 18.5 35 37 65
Wellington 28 58 55 90
Wuhan 15 27.5 30 50
Xiamen 15 27.5 30 50
Yangon 12.5 20 25 40
Yogyakarta 7.5 17.5 15 35
Zurich 38 62.5 85 115 70 120 210

Singapore Airlines ‘standalone’ flights

Here’s the same list of award ticket pricing if you’re redeeming on a flight operated by Singapore Airlines which does not operate to / from Singapore itself.

Updated: 19th August 2018

Key:

  • Y – Economy
  • W – Premium Economy
  • J – Business
  • F – First / Suites
Route Saver Advantage
Y W J F Y J F
Frankfurt – New York 22.5 45 65 76 40 80 130
Hong Kong – San Francisco 33 60 82 92 60 110 160
Manchester – Houston 22.5 45 65 40 80
Melbourne – Wellington 12.5 28 15 35
Moscow – Stockholm 10 15 27.5 15 35
Seoul – Los Angeles 35 63 85 95 65 115 170
Tokyo – Los Angeles 35 63 85 95 65 115 170

If you notice any errors or missing cities please let us know and we’ll make the relevant corrections.

(Cover Photo: Airbus)

15 comments

    1. We go by the IATA ‘booking code’ definitions. These are industry recognised codes and are explained in the key to the tables.

      Like many airlines SIA have deviated from the IATA codes and they use four different fare codes for Premium Economy tickets they issue – S, T, R & P. We can’t include all the fare codes in the table as there are 21 in total.

  1. Perth and Darwin rates corrected, they were mistakenly included in the Aus / NZ zone. Apologies for any confusion and thanks to David on Facebook for spotting it!

  2. Thanks Andrew! This chart is helpful to figure out the routes that offer/don’t offer First Class (F), especially for regional flights. It was frustrating to have only (F) ‘Suites’ routes come out on Google search.

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