The low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines will continue running limited services in the coming weeks.
With borders across East and Southeast Asia still closed for the time being, Scoot is facing a long and gradual recovery. The Singaporean low-cost airline plans to operate a reduced schedule to just 16 destinations by the end of next month, representing less than a quarter of its pre-pandemic route network. Several Indonesian cities are being added back to the list of destinations; September 8 will see the relaunch of weekly services to Palembang aboard an Airbus A320, while flights to Pekanbaru will follow on September 17 with the same frequency and aircraft model. Meanwhile, the carrier is set to take over the Singapore–Yogyakarta route, which was originally operated by SilkAir. This will also be flown on a weekly basis with an Airbus A320, and is slated to begin on September 29.
Scoot will serve the following destinations in September:
1 every two weeks
|Hong Kong||Hong Kong||3 weekly|
|1 weekly (from September 8)
1 weekly (from September 17)
1 weekly (from September 29)
|South Korea||Seoul Incheon (via Taipei)||1 weekly|
|Taiwan||Taipei Taoyuan||1 weekly|
All Scoot flights to cities or airports not listed above have been cancelled. Customers with bookings made on or before March 15 for now-cancelled flights (scheduled until November 30) can opt for a full refund via the original method of payment, though Scoot says the process may take up to 14 weeks. The alternative is to convert the ticket into a travel voucher, valid for the next 12 months, with a 20 percent bonus on top of the original value. Those who have reserved their flights through travel agents or third-party booking channels will need to contact the relevant channels for assistance.
For the full flight schedules from Scoot, click here.