Scoot Now Flies to Dalian via Qingdao Thrice Weekly

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Scoot’s inaugural flight between Singapore and Dalian, China via Qingdao, landed yesterday marking the beginning of twice weekly flights between the two cities. This flight replaces the Singapore – Qingdao – Shenyang services. Scoot also operates thrice weekly non stop services between Singapore and Shenyang.

SUPERADRIANME's Dennis in ScootBiz during the Inaugural flight from Singapore to Sapporo

SUPERADRIANME’s Dennis in ScootBiz during the Inaugural flight from Singapore to Sapporo

Just earlier thisĀ month, Scoot introduced flights to Sapporo and Jaipur. Our writer Dennis was on boardĀ the inaugural flight to Sapporo via Taipei. And friends have been excited when they heard that Scoot now flies to Sapporo. They just can’t wait to fly there to ski at Niseko.

Back to Dalian. Dalian is a major coastal city and seaport in Liaoning Province. We hear that Dalian is one of China’s top romantic cities and is ideal for honeymoons or just for couples to getaway. Dalian is Scoot’s seventh Chinese city since Scoot inaugurated services to their first China point of Tianjin four years ago in August 2012. Scoot and its sister airline Tigerair began their integration in early May, both airlines have built commercial and operational ties to grow the combined presence in China. Scoot and Tigerair flies to 17 destinations in Greater China including Hong Kong and Macau. This counts towards a third of both airlines’ combined network of 59 destinations across 16 countries in Asia Pacific.

TZ 168 departs Singapore every Tuesday and Sunday at 1.55am and arrives in Qingdao at 7.50am the same day. It departs Qingdao at 9.20am and arrives in Dalian at 10.30am. The return flight TZ 167 departs Dalian on the same days at 1.10pm and arrives in Qingdao at 2.20pm. It then departs Qingdao at 3.55pm and arrives in Singapore at 10.30pm.

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