Scoot Makes Sydney Its First Destination

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1 December 2011, Singapore – Scoot made the announcement today that Sydney will be the airline’s inaugural destination when it starts flying in mid 2012.

“Scoot’s decision to fly its first service between Sydney and Singapore from mid-2012 is fantastic news,” said Barry O’Farrell, Premier of New South Wales. “This is a great win for Sydney and travellers in the Asia Pacific region, opening up Australia’s premier city to new aviation routes and lower-cost carriers. This is a significant step towards our goal of doubling tourism expenditure by 2020, placing Sydney front and centre of the boom in budget travel in emerging markets like Singapore, China and India.

“Scoot is absolutely delighted that Sydney, one of the world’s great cities, will be our inaugural destination. And as the first true no-frills airline operating nonstop daily between Sydney and Asia, we can’t wait to bring a whole new style of travel, even better airfares and our unique attitude – our Scootitude – to shake things up. Sydney, here we come! ”said Campbell Wilson, Scoot’s CEO

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