Scoot Rolls Out 10th Anniversary Sale

More than 200,000 deeply discounted seats are being offered across the airline’s global network.

All photos courtesy of Scoot

Singapore Airlines’ low-cost subsidiary is celebrating a decade of operations this month with its biggest-ever network sale, covering 47 flight routes including Singapore–Jeju, its newest addition (starting June 15). Scoot is now selling more than 226,000 super-discounted seats, with one-way, tax-inclusive fares starting from S$55 to Kuala Lumpur, S$79 to Bali, S$80 to Bangkok, and S$179 to Berlin.

Apart from enjoying wallet-friendly airfares, Scoot customers now have greater access to the KrisFlyer loyalty program, through which members can look forward to a range of enhanced benefits, unlocking rewards earlier than before and getting faster upgrades to higher membership tiers.

Over the last 10 years, the budget airline has carried more than 65 million guests. The Scoot fleet has expanded from just three aircraft in 2012 to 59 aircraft comprising narrow-body Airbus 320 aircraft and Boeing 787 aircraft, boosted by the recent addition of nine brand-new A321neos.

In 2012, Flight TZ 2 took to the skies, marking Scoot’s inaugural flight from Singapore to Sydney. Later that same year, the carrier launched services to destinations including Bangkok, the Gold Coast, Taipei, and Tianjin. A major milestone came in 2017 when Scoot introduced its first long-haul service to Athens and welcomed its 50 millionth customer on board. And while the pandemic has deeply impacted the global airline industry, with continuing travel restrictions limiting services to regions such as Mainland China, Scoot was named the “World’s Best Long Haul Low-Cost Airline” by Skytrax last year.

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Scoot’s inaugural flight to Sydney in 2012, with then-CEO Campbell Wilson.

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