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Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Scoot flies to Berlin

#flyscoot .

The German capital is Scoot's second destination in Europe and its third long-haul destination, after Athens and Honolulu

Special launch promotion

Scoot, Asia/Pacific's Best Low Cost Airline[1] for four consecutive years and the low-cost arm of Singapore Airlines (SIA), has launched ticket sales to its highly anticipated third long-haul destination of Berlin, Germany!

The non-stop Singapore-Berlin flights are scheduled to commence on 20th June 2018 and promotional FLY fares from Australia start at a tiny $379 (ex Perth) one way, including taxes. (Bags and food extra) or $1199 in ScootBiz one way (including taxes).



Ex Melbourne and Sydney, get to Berlin for $439 FLY fare (Bags and food extra), or $1299 ScootBiz, fares from Gold Coast are $429 FLY (Bags and food extra) or $1299 for ScootBiz – (all inclusive, taxes, 30 kg checked baggage, 15 kg carry-on baggage, meals and a drink, ScootTV, plus a wide leather reclining seat and in seat power.)

These fares are subject to availability and will go on sale from 1000 Perth (12 noon Gold Coast and 1300 Sydney & Melbourne) on Weds January 10, till 2359 31st January 2018 (Perth) and 0159 1st February (Gold Coast) and 0259 1st February (Sydney and Melbourne.)

Fares on sale are for travel from 20 June to 26 October 2018.

For an additional $30 off selected FLYBAG and FLYBAGEAT fares, key in the promo code 'GOBERLIN'.

Berlin will be the SIA Group's fourth destination in Germany, after Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich, which are operated by SIA. The four-times-weekly Singapore-Berlin return flights will be operated with widebody, twin-aisle Boeing 787 Dreamliners, subject to regulatory approval.

"The new Scoot route to Berlin is fantastic news for Germany. It opens up many new opportunities for Australian visitors and, with additional flights, travellers can easily explore the capital Berlin and nearby cities such as Dresden, Leipzig and Hamburg. Berlin is a happening city packed with exciting events, concerts, exhibition and shows all year round. Germany's focus for 2018 is "Culinary Germany" which aims to introduce travellers to the country's gourmet highlights such as the popular Currywurst in Berlin or the many Michelin starred restaurants in the capital," according to Stefanie Eberhard, Director of the German National Tourist Office in Sydney.




Get a taste of Germany in 2018 with Scoot

The 787 Dreamliner is spacious and boasts state of the art innovations that provide a more comfortable travel experience, such as improved humidity and cabin pressurization, large dimmable windows, 20% less noise and ample overhead compartment space. Scoot's 787 Dreamliners also offer several amenities and services suited to long-haul travel, such as inflight Wi-Fi, in-seat power and inflight ScooTV entertainment streamed to guests' own devices. Guests can choose from a full-leather ScootBiz seat with 38" pitch, 30kg checked-in baggage, and meals and drinks included, or enjoy a peaceful journey in the ScootinSilence economy class quiet zone with seat pitches ranging from 31" up to 35".

Mr Lee Lik Hsin, Scoot's Chief Executive Officer, said, "Scoot's low-cost long-haul business model has finally taken off in the last six months with our flights to Athens and Honolulu. Both have lived up to our expectations and our guests tell us that the 787 Dreamliner has been key to convincing them to travel long-haul on low-cost. With Berlin, we continue on our mission to bring more choices for great value long-haul, low-cost travel to more travellers so they can escape the ordinary!"

Scoot's current route network comprises 63 destinations across 17 countries, with flights to Kuantan commencing in February 2018. Scoot operates a fleet of 16 Boeing 787 Dreamliners and 24 Airbus A320 family aircraft, with four more Boeing 787 Dreamliners and 39 Airbus A320neo aircraft on order.


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