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Amazing deal: USA to Singapore flights roundtrip as low as $321.

DEPART:
USA

ARRIVE:
Singapore

RETURN:
USA

LAYOVER:
Tokyo, Japan

AVAILABILITY: 

From New York
Departure: September – November (Tuesday-Thursday), January – February (Tuesday-Thursday)
Return: September – November, January – February (Monday-Wednesday)

From Chicago/Los Angeles/San Francisco/Dallas
Departure: September – November (Monday-Thursday), January – February (Monday-Thursday)
Return: September – November, January – February (Monday-Thursday)

Looks like to be an error fare. We recommend to postpone with booking any accommodations until tickets will be confirmed and issued! At least several weeks if you have distant tickets. There is a small chance that tickets can be cancelled. Though may be honored. This fare is only to your consideration.

Update: Fare is gone!

AIRLINE:
Japan Airlines

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