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Monday 13 March 2017

Fancy flying from Australia to Europe for $399 one way?

Scoot is a major success story when it comes to low-cost airlines, and to celebrate its fifth birthday it is offering some incredibly low fares for a limited time only. 

The Singapore-based airline flies to a total of 59 destinations across Asia Pacific and Europe and is soon to be merged with Tigerair Singapore. Both are subsidiaries of Singapore Airlines, flying Boeing 787 Dreamliners and Airbus A320 aircraft.

"To carry 50 million passengers in such a short period is a testament to Scoot-Tigerair listening to the needs of modern travellers, cutting fares to a minimum, and allowing passengers to add on the things they need, only when they need them,” said Jared Simcox, newly appointed general manager for Scoot Australia. 


To share its birthday celebrations, Scoot is selling some ultra-low fares. For instance, flying Scoot in economy class to Singapore from Perth will cost from a $109 for a base fare that includes taxes. But food, baggage, and incidentals are extra.

All-inclusive ScootBiz fares start from $269 Perth to Singapore, and include, taxes, premium meal and drink, 30kg checked baggage, 15kg carry on baggage and priority boarding. 

Economy Fly (base) fares including taxes are from $149 from Sydney, Gold Coast and Melbourne to Singapore, and from $369 ScootBiz ex Sydney and Melbourne and $359 ex Gold Coast. 

And if you fancy a trip to Europe via Singapore how about flying to Athens (July 25-October 28) from $349 (economy base fare) ex Perth and $399 ex Sydney, Melbourne and Gold Coast. ScootBiz fares cost $999 ex Perth and $1049 from Gold Coast, Sydney and Melbourne.

The birthday fares also include destinations like Jaipur in India for $199 one way from Sydney and Melbourne, or Cochin from $279 from the same cities. 

Other destinations on sale are Hong Kong, Phuket, Maldives, Hyderabad, Krabi, Langkawi, Ho Chi Minh, Shenzen, Hanoi, Taipei, Guangzhou, Yangon and Chiang Mai.

The sale starts 10.01am in Perth 12.01pm Brisbane and 13.01pm Syd/Mel on Wednesday, March 15 and concludes on March 18. See

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