Thanks for your immediate reply.
Have conducted an experiment on both Singapore Airlines and KLM official websites. This is the data for the lowest price of a single ticket including all taxes and surcharges for a ticket purchased online for the trip Amsterdam-Singapore approximately 45 to 15 minutes ago. You can do the experiment yourself.
January 31st 2010 - KLM Euro 1360.46 Singapore Airlines Euro 525.53
April 30th 2010 - KLM Euro 1360.46 Singapore Airlines Euro 491.52
July 31st 2010 - KLM Euro 1360.46 Singapore Airlines Euro 653.42
The dates were chosen by an Orang Utan throwing darts at a calendar. It is a double blind test since I have had too much to dring , I mean drink. There is no margin of error because it is not to hard to transcribe price data from the webpage of the company concerned into this little comment box.
Singapore airlines is between 51.96% and 63.87% cheaper for the same flight and a superior product.
Why may this be? Are there more Eurocrats oblivious to wasting their taxpayers hard earned income tax on unnecessary political junkets flying to the 'Far East' than hard working and distinguished Singaporean civil servants doing the return journey?
Unless there is a surfeit of Oliebollen, Ewrtensoep, Stroopwafels or Zwart of Wit dished to suffering KLM passengers, make mine SIA!!!