American Airlines: Los Angeles – Singapore for $857 Taxes Included – Earn 17,551 EQM’s @ 4.8cpm


I’m always on the hunt for mileage runs and I’ve been a bit spoiled by The Flight Deal ever since they’ve formed. I found a great deal from Los Angeles to Singapore for $857.20 taxes included. Finally, this is the first trip I booked for travel in 2014 on American Airlines/Oneworld. The routing is LAX-NRT-SIN-NRT-LAX. You can use American Systemwide Upgrades for LAX-NRT/NRT-LAX. JAL operates NRT-SIN/SIN-NRT on a 787 Dreamliner!


This will earn you 17,551 EQM’s (Elite Qualifying Miles) when credited to American Airlines at 4.8cpm (cents per mile). This fare is bookable on (unable to ticket on and the sample dates are: April 1, 2014 – April 7, 2014


Books into Q class:


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Bonus points if you can somehow ticket this one 😉




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5 Comments on "American Airlines: Los Angeles – Singapore for $857 Taxes Included – Earn 17,551 EQM’s @ 4.8cpm"

  1. Took about an hour but managed to hold a LAX-NRT-SIN itinerary on as the outbound/inbound or both wouldn’t book. Tried all combinations of connection through NRT, NRT/HND or DFW/NRT. The DFW connection came up but couldn’t get it to book. Got excited when i saw it but wouldn’t book.

    • i managed to snag a LAX-DFW-NRT-SIN on the outbound for Feb, but only managed to get SIN-NRT-LAX on the return. I priced it on and ticketed

      • Thanks for sharing this, AA deals are hard to come by. Was the fare much different when you booked it via dfw?
        I’ve been trying for a while on but even the simple lax-nrt-sin comes back as unavailable after I select it..

        • Try many dates as much as possible on and orbitz. You need to spend a lot of time on the site to get the right combination to ticket

          • Thanks for your reply. I did try many dates on after verifying availability on ITA and EF, even with at least Q4 for all segments, when I select the $857 flight I get a message that the flight/fare is no longer available.
            Is there anything else I can do other than (more) trial & error?

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