No wonder, then, that Singapore jumped to the top spot in the rankings. The airline is in the midst of a dramatic fleet revitalization, with the introduction of Airbus A350s and Boeing 787-10s and the launch of major new long-haul routes such as Singapore to Newark and Los Angeles, both of which took place within the last month or so. The airline is also in the midst of delivery of its order of new Airbus A380s, on which passengers will find its latest business-class seats and its much-lauded new first-class suites.
While many theories exist around booking specifically on a Tuesday to save money, the reality is there is no consistent truth to exactly which days are cheapest to fly. Most of the time it is cheaper to leave on a weekday, though this isn't always the case. Your best strategy is to get a quick visual of prices for a whole month to see what days are cheapest for your specific route. Here's how: