Class error on Singapore Airlines

Class error on Singapore Airlines
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The comfort of business class for the price of a seat in economy on Singapore airlines.

Around 900 passengers were set to turn left when boarding their flights until the airline shattered their dream. The cut price deal was all due to a computer error.

Now the passengers are being forced to rebook their flights or cough up the difference in the airfare, around 3,000 euros.

The carrier is reportedly refusing to honour the original bookings which had been sold by agents in Australia earlier this week for flights between Singapore and destinations in Europe. They claim it took the airline two days to rectify the computer problem.

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