Scoot is launching three times weekly non stop flights from Singapore to Jeju, South Korea from 15 June 2022.
Scoot’s Chief Executive Officer, Campbell Wilson has resigned and will leave the low-cost carrier of Singapore Airlines Group on 15 June 2022 to join Air India as their new CEO.
KrisFlyer members flying on Scoot can now enjoy more benefits than before.
Singapore Airlines Group will expand its Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) network to 47 cities from 25 countries in the coming weeks.
Scoot will operate a new service between Singapore and London’s Gatwick Airport via Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport from 16 December 2021.
Singapore Airlines Group expands quarantine-free Vaccinated travel Lane network to 14 cities with more to be announced in the coming weeks.
Scoot, Singapore Airlines’ wholly owned low-cost arm, has been awarded Diamond status in the APEX Health Safety powered by SimpliFlying.
Singapore Airlines, Scoot and SilkAir Operate first flights with fully vaccinated pilots and cabin crew
Singapore Airlines, Scoot and SilkAir amongst the first airlines to operate flights with a full set of vaccinated pilots and cabin crew.
Scoot has doubled its daily flight service between Singapore and Tokyo to twice daily with once via Taipei and a new route via Bangkok.
Scoot’s first 787-9 Dreamliner Dream Start heads to Singapore. Its maiden flight with commercial passengers commences on 5 February to Perth.
Scoot will be collecting its first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner from Seattle end January 2015 to add to its existing fleet of six Boeing 777-200s.
Scoot launches a facilitated transfer service with Changi Airport Group – Scoot-Thru with Changi Connects allowing passengers making connecting flights to continue through without passing through immigration or collecting their luggage during transit
Tiger & Scoot adds 13 more destinations for their joint itineraries
Scoot will acquire 20 Boeing 787 aircraft commencing deliver in 2014
Low Cost Carrier Scoot is set to take off from Singapore to Tokyo’s Narita International Airport 29 October 2012.
Tiger Airways and Scoot signed a Memorandum of Understanding toward a deep and wide-ranging cooperation. Read on for more details.
Scoot welcomed its 100,000th passenger and rewarded her with a free upgrade to ScootBiz and another pair of tickets to any of Scoot’s destination.