|Best Price Found||$845||The best flight deal from Phoenix to Singapore found on momondo in the last 72 hours is $845|
|Fastest flight time||24h 10m||The fastest flight from Phoenix to Singapore takes 24h 10m.|
|Direct flights||None||There are no direct flights from Phoenix to Singapore. Popular non-direct route for this connection is Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl - Singapore Changi.|
|Airports in Singapore||2 airports||There are 2 airports near Singapore: Singapore Seletar (XSP), Singapore Changi (SIN)|
Pros: It was meh....
Cons: I got no notification that the flight was going to be 1 hour earlier
Cons: The seat space/leg room is tiny. I found it impossible to fall asleep, being in the middle of a row of three with two "big" people in either side.
Pros: I appreciate the choice of snacks.
Cons: The coffee served on the flight was lukewarm.
Cons: I was not aware that I flew in Narita and flew out of another airport.
Pros: At least it was delayed so we could make it to SFO.
Cons: The American Airlines flight was delayed so the delayed flight from Honolulu could make it to Los Angeles and not subject AA to additional complaints. We arrived at close to midnight and worried about getting the car out of the parking lot without incurring additional charges of and additional day. The food was not great.
Pros: Very good entertainment system.
Cons: Food was horrible. No drink service. Old seat.
Airlines such as Delta have taken additional precautions to make sure you’re safer while traveling. Many airlines flying from Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl to Singapore Changi are offering enhanced cleaning of their aircraft. Additional policies include pre-flight testing for COVID-19-related symptoms and antibodies. Masks are also required and are provided to travelers. Some airlines are offering socially-distanced seating for a limited time. Policies will vary by airline so keep this in mind as you search for options.
To ease the stress of booking flights, some of our airline partners flying from Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl to Singapore Changi are responding to the global pandemic. The following airlines may have a flexible cancellation policy to help accommodate travelers: United Airlines, American Airlines, and Japan Airlines.