Singapore Airlines/SWISS: Paris & Amsterdam Return from $1213-MEL, $1237-SYD, $1244-ADL, $1262-PER, $1276-BNE @ flightfinderau

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Destination: Amsterdam & Paris
Airline: Singapore Airlines/SWISS/Lufthansa
Valid Departure Dates: October to November 2022 (plenty of availability)
Deal Expiry: Till Sold Out

AMSTERDAM

Melbourne to Amsterdam Flights from $1213 Return.

15/Nov - 05/Dec $1213
15/Nov - 06/Dec $1213
14/Nov - 04/Dec $1213
08/Nov - 27/Nov $1217
13/Nov - 30/Nov $1217
15/Nov - 04/Dec $1221
13/Nov - 04/Dec $1221
06/Nov - 19/Nov $1221
02/Nov - 19/Nov $1221
14/Nov - 01/Dec $1221

Sydney to Amsterdam Flights from $1237 Return.

08/Nov - 27/Nov $1237
07/Nov - 27/Nov $1237
06/Nov - 27/Nov $1237
06/Nov - 19/Nov $1237
02/Nov - 19/Nov $1237
01/Nov - 20/Nov $1254
25/Oct - 13/Nov $1254
14/Nov - 04/Dec $1278
15/Nov - 04/Dec $1278
13/Nov - 04/Dec $1278

Cairns to Amsterdam Flights from $1252 Return.

13/Nov - 30/Nov $1252
14/Nov - 04/Dec $1252
15/Nov - 04/Dec $1252
15/Nov - 06/Dec $1252
13/Nov - 04/Dec $1256
08/Nov - 27/Nov $1256
15/Nov - 05/Dec $1303
14/Nov - 01/Dec $1303
06/Nov - 19/Nov $1303
02/Nov - 19/Nov $1303

Adelaide to Amsterdam Flights from $1264 Return.

24/Oct - 10/Nov $1264
14/Nov - 01/Dec $1264
12/Nov - 01/Dec $1264
15/Nov - 05/Dec $1269
15/Nov - 06/Dec $1269
08/Nov - 27/Nov $1269
13/Nov - 01/Dec $1269
13/Nov - 30/Nov $1277
07/Nov - 24/Nov $1277
31/Oct - 17/Nov $1277

Darwin to Amsterdam Flights from $1263 Return.

15/Nov - 05/Dec $1263
14/Nov - 04/Dec $1263
15/Nov - 06/Dec $1271
15/Nov - 04/Dec $1271
13/Nov - 04/Dec $1276
13/Nov - 30/Nov $1276
08/Nov - 27/Nov $1276
02/Nov - 19/Nov $1280
06/Nov - 19/Nov $1280
14/Nov - 01/Dec $1280

Brisbane to Amsterdam Flights from $1276 Return.

12/Nov - 01/Dec $1276
14/Nov - 01/Dec $1276
08/Nov - 27/Nov $1276
07/Nov - 24/Nov $1280
06/Nov - 19/Nov $1280
23/Oct - 05/Nov $1317
24/Oct - 10/Nov $1317
15/Nov - 06/Dec $1317
03/Feb - 12/Feb $1317
13/Nov - 01/Dec $1317

Perth to Amsterdam Flights from $1262 Return.

01/Nov - 22/Nov $1262
06/Nov - 19/Nov $1327
08/Nov - 27/Nov $1345
08/Nov - 29/Nov $1345
14/Nov - 01/Dec $1375
15/Nov - 05/Dec $1375
15/Nov - 06/Dec $1375
15/Nov - 07/Dec $1375
14/Nov - 06/Dec $1375
13/Nov - 06/Dec $1375

PARIS

Melbourne to Paris - Ch. De Gaulle Flights from $1220 Return.

13/Nov - 30/Nov $1220
06/Nov - 19/Nov $1220
14/Nov - 04/Dec $1220
15/Nov - 05/Dec $1220
15/Nov - 06/Dec $1220
15/Nov - 04/Dec $1220
13/Nov - 04/Dec $1220
02/Nov - 19/Nov $1224
08/Nov - 27/Nov $1224
14/Nov - 01/Dec $1224

Sydney to Paris - Ch. De Gaulle Flights from $1237 Return.

06/Nov - 27/Nov $1237
08/Nov - 27/Nov $1237
01/Nov - 20/Nov $1237
07/Nov - 27/Nov $1237
06/Nov - 19/Nov $1244
02/Nov - 19/Nov $1244
25/Oct - 13/Nov $1255
13/Nov - 04/Dec $1255
15/Nov - 04/Dec $1265
14/Nov - 04/Dec $1265

Adelaide to Paris - Ch. De Gaulle Flights from $1244 Return.

15/Nov - 05/Dec $1244
31/Oct - 17/Nov $1244
15/Nov - 06/Dec $1252
14/Nov - 01/Dec $1252
13/Nov - 01/Dec $1252
13/Nov - 30/Nov $1257
24/Oct - 10/Nov $1257
12/Nov - 01/Dec $1257
07/Nov - 24/Nov $1262
08/Nov - 27/Nov $1262

Cairns to Paris - Ch. De Gaulle Flights from $1252 Return.

14/Nov - 04/Dec $1252
15/Nov - 04/Dec $1252
15/Nov - 06/Dec $1252
13/Nov - 04/Dec $1252
08/Nov - 27/Nov $1252
15/Nov - 05/Dec $1257
13/Nov - 30/Nov $1257
06/Nov - 19/Nov $1291
02/Nov - 19/Nov $1291
14/Nov - 01/Dec $1291

Darwin to Paris - Ch. De Gaulle Flights from $1266 Return.

14/Nov - 04/Dec $1266
15/Nov - 05/Dec $1266
15/Nov - 04/Dec $1266
15/Nov - 06/Dec $1276
13/Nov - 04/Dec $1276
13/Nov - 30/Nov $1276
08/Nov - 27/Nov $1276
02/Nov - 19/Nov $1281
06/Nov - 19/Nov $1281
14/Nov - 01/Dec $1281

Brisbane to Paris - Ch. De Gaulle Flights from $1277 Return.

14/Nov - 01/Dec $1277
08/Nov - 27/Nov $1277
07/Nov - 24/Nov $1277
06/Nov - 19/Nov $1286
23/Oct - 05/Nov $1286
12/Nov - 01/Dec $1286
06/Nov - 21/Nov $1292
06/Nov - 20/Nov $1292
24/Oct - 10/Nov $1306
15/Nov - 06/Dec $1306

Perth to Paris - Ch. De Gaulle Flights from $1285 Return.

08/Nov - 29/Nov $1285
14/Nov - 06/Dec $1285
01/Nov - 22/Nov $1295
15/Nov - 06/Dec $1295
15/Nov - 07/Dec $1295
08/Nov - 27/Nov $1295
06/Nov - 19/Nov $1300
14/Nov - 01/Dec $1300
15/Nov - 05/Dec $1300
13/Nov - 06/Dec $1300

Note:

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Comments

  • Good price … no experience with Swiss airline but on a recent trip to Europe from Singapore with Lufthansa, the airplane is a bit old (narrow body Airbus) , and it was fully packed, not real comfortable in the cattle class, lol. The other airlines I flew such as Emirates and SIA are much much better even when the flight was fully packed…

    • +1

      The aircraft had just one aisle? I highly doubt that for an Asia - Europe flight.

      • +1

        The flight from Australia to Singapore are Singapore Airlines codes shares, so should be quite alright (Just make sure it's not scoot). The trip to Zurich is usually done with either a 77W or an a343. Its going to be a bit tighter then the Singapore Airlines flights but the seats should be similar to what you get on Air new Zealand longhaul. The meals look alright with a hot full sized dinner and hot full sized breakfast as well. Drinks seem to be free flowing as well (including Alcoholic).

        The European shorthaul flight will be the standard basic affair with just a drink of water and chocolate.

      • Two at minimum. Single aisle aircraft wouldn't have the range to fly between Singapore and Europe.

        • Correct, hence not narrow body, by definition.

    • Flown with Swiss countless of times, from Economy to First the service is indeed fantastic. Weather you get an A343-313X or a B777-300ER, it will do fine up to 16 hours. A bit more legroom than QF. Service is always impeccable with Swiss even in economy. Free food, snacks, free flowing alcohol and more.

      Also can be good to snag an upgrade with Swiss. In past experiences I have upgraded from Bangkok to Zurich for 524 EUR, for a 12ish hour flight its pretty good. Especially in October and November, J loads are very light at this time and its pretty common to see this both on Lufthansa and on Swiss. (If you really wanted to push First from Economy, its about 2000 EUR)

      Don't hesitate with Swiss, I have had personally a better experience overall with Swiss rather than Lufthansa.

      Happy travels mate

  • Thank you good Sir. Are there are good deals out there on business class flights to Europe?

  • +1

    Good price. We’re looking over Xmas and haven’t been able to find sub 1800 for syd-Amsterdam.

    Anyone got any tips for finding them cheap flights?

    • +4

      Don’t travel at Christmas time

      Not helpful I know but it’s the reality

      • +2

        I arrived in London one Christmas Eve - it was closed …

      • 😂 yeah fair enough I have never done it before! It is what it is, that’s just when we can be there.

    • +3

      Anyone got any tips for finding them cheap flights?

      Here's a tip: There are NEVER cheap flights at peak holiday periods. $1800 is a bargain for Xmas IMO, I'd grab that while you can.

      • Ah cool thanks boss. Yep I thought it was a decent price. Better book in now!

      • +1

        Yeah it's going to be harder since most of the Chinese airlines are still only doing limited service. You could occasionally get a good deal out of them around holidays.

        Part of the issue with flying in peak season is theres always demand so airlines don't need to discount their prices, so you always have to add a few hundred to any sale fares when comparing whether your flight is a good deal.

    • Do you have pts? Maybe use them to fly to Asia (ex. Singapore, Denpasar, Kuala Lumpur). Return flights to Europe from Asia is much cheaper

      • No points unfortunately - is it worth trying to book Asia-Europe legs separately or would that not save any money?

        • +1

          It won't save much unfortunately. The fare from here to Asia is expensive. All the same, happy to look for you. What are your dates and where do you want to travel to?

          • @flightfinderau: Yeah cool, good to know - thanks mate.

            Oh awesome if you wouldn't mind!

            Syd-Amsterdam
            2pax
            Depart 21st December
            Return 4 Jan (Aus time)

            Dates are flexible by a day either way for a good deal, but strongly preferred.

  • Good price but very limited travel period. Essentially they're trying to flog off November where the demand is low. Schools on, bad weather in Europe etc. Wouldn't work for many.

  • Nov-Dec - European winter - how attractive ! (NOT)

    I did enjoy snow skiing in the Austrian Tyrol in February (don't know about now with global warming)

    but for me the time to visit Oyroper is Apr-July maybe Aug if not too hot (subject to global warming)

    • +2

      Winter is way better imo if you’re sightseeing. Less tourists and way easier to get around.

      Try walking around Rome over a few days when it’s 35, full sun and humid. That sweet sweet stench of street rubbish is unforgettable, as is trying to pick gaps in the throngs of tour groups.

      • +1

        Not to mention cheaper accommodation!

      • Less tourists and way easier to get around.

        So transport isn't affected (snow, less freq etc) and shops aren't shut then? Don't mind going during low season for the reasons you mentioned but hard to convince partner if it's going to be freezing cold.

        • I mean depends where you want to go. Rome isn't Zermatt, it's not covered in snow and freezing 24/7 but it's not warm. I haven't been in winter but the inlaws are italian and as far as I know it doesn't snow very often in Rome.

          It's a major city so everything will still be open, just maybe less of the touristy stuff. Imo that means you're probably going to get a better experience.

          Other places (Bologna and Florence are the first that come to mind for me anyway) are spectactular in winter, with snow etc, and the foods you want to eat are much more suited to winter (ragu, florentine steak, wild boar stew etc are slightly less appealing when it's 35 degrees).

          Re transport, it's all set up to run all year for the locals so I can't imagine it would be held up by a bit of foul weather. The trains are amazing in europe and don't have a 6 month break afaik.

          If your partner doesn't like the cold maybe the shoulder season would be better?

          For me at least, the whole point of going to europe is to enjoy adventuring (on foot mostly) and seeing as much as I can. I'm white af and suffer in the heat so that doesn't work for me in summer. If your idea of a dream holiday is max chilling on the beach and swimming all day, summer in sicily would be perfect for you (we do that stuff too and it's absolutely sensational).

          • @jrowls: Wow thanks for all the advice. Sounds like you've experienced a lot of pretty great trips over there. But yeah wasn't too worried about Italy or Greece, more for the northern countries. But like you said there are lot of other pros and options.

            • @vawiyoci: All good mate - just a couple trips for me but a fair bit of time and my partner has been there a billion times for family etc. haven’t been too far north personally so can’t help ya there but it looks chilly!

              Happy to answer any specifics :)

      • I agree! I have regretted going to Paris and Rome in the middle of European Summer.

  • Hi Guys

    I am in Thailand and became ill and needed to reschedule my return flight to Australia.

    I would never use Singapore Airlines again. There is no way except via email to contact their support. I received the reply that we are very busy and will get back to you in 15 business days. I even tried their Facebook page and all they did was delete my post. Then I tried Facebook messenger, and I had the pleasure of talking to a Bot, which was useless.

    So, give it some serious thought before using Singapore incase you get into trouble while away.

    And yes I have travel insurance for those of you who want to know. Cheers

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