Frequencies across the carrier’s network will be boosted in anticipation of a surge of bookings this winter.
Singapore Airlines’ low-cost subsidiary is now selling tickets between Singapore and Hokkaido for travel during the year-end school holidays. Scoot will be operating seasonal nonstop Singapore-Hokkaido flights from November 2022–February 2023, on top of year-round flights to Hokkaido via Taipei (also restarting in early November) to cater to demand during the winter period. The launch marks the resumption of services to all pre-pandemic destinations in Japan. Aside from running services to Sapporo every day, Scoot will fly to Osaka four times a week from September (stepping up to daily from November), while serving Tokyo on a daily basis.
Lead-in fares for Singapore–Sapporo and Singapore–Taipei–Sapporo start from S$412 and S$370, respectively (taxes inclusive, one way). The services will be operated on Scoot’s Boeing 787 Dreamliners, in line with the following schedules:
|Singapore – Sapporo (Chitose)|
|From November 2, 2022 to February 27, 2023|
|TR 890||2:40 a.m.||11:10 a.m.||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday*||B787-8B|
|*Sunday flights will operate from December 2, 2022 to January 30, 2023|
|Sapporo (Chitose) – Singapore|
|From November 2|
|TR 891||12:40 p.m.||8:30 p.m.||Monday, Wednesday, Friday||B787-8B|
|Singapore – Taipei – Sapporo (Chitose)|
|From November 1|
|TR 892||5:40 a.m.||4:05 p.m.||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||B787-8|
|Sapporo (Chitose) – Taipei – Singapore|
|From November 1|
|TR 893||5:35 p.m.||3:05 a.m.||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||B787-8|
Scoot plans to boost flight frequencies to 11 destinations across its network before the end of the year. Starting in November, the budget carrier will serve Bangkok 28 times a week and offer 16-times-weekly flights to Phuket. Each week, Scoot will fly to Ipoh and Penang 17 and 18 times respectively, and also operate 21-times-weekly flights to Jakarta and Ho Chi Minh City.