Scoot runs Mid-Year Sale offering promo fares from S$71 to Penang, Osaka, Nanjing, Jeju, Taipei and more. Book from 2 – 7 July 24

Get ready to pack your bags and jet off to some of the most exciting destinations in Asia with Scoot’s Mid-Year Sale! Offering unbeatable promo fares starting from just S$71, now is the perfect time to plan your next adventure. Whether you’re craving the vibrant culture of Penang, the modern marvels of Osaka, the historic wonders of Nanjing, the scenic beauty of Jeju, or the bustling streets of Taipei, Scoot has got you covered.

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SIA & Scoot forced to take longer routes to Europe to avoid Iranian airspace

Scoot and SIA flights

Travelers on Singapore Airlines (SIA) services between Singapore and most of its destinations in Europe are facing slightly longer flights as the airline avoids Iranian airspace as a precautionary measure amid rising tensions in the Middle East.

Over the weekend, Iran launched over 300 drones and missiles directly at Israel in its first attack on the country, in apparent retaliation for an attack on an Iranian consulate in Damascus, Syria earlier this month. 

In response to queries, an SIA spokesperson said their flights to these destinations have all been affected by the rerouting:

  • Amsterdam
  • Brussels
  • Copenhagen
  • Frankfurt
  • Istanbul
  • London
  • Manchester
  • Milan
  • Munich
  • Paris
  • Rome
  •  Zurich
  • New York’s JFK and Newark airports

“Some flights may take slightly longer than usual,” they noted, adding that SIA will assist any customers who miss connections due to extended flight times in being rebooked on alternative flights.

All Scoot flights between Singapore and Athens have also been impacted.

Previously, SIA flights between Singapore and Europe would typically fly over Iran.

However, they now must take a more northerly route over Central Asia, the Caspian Sea, and the Caucasus region, leading to longer flight times.

For example, on Monday, SIA flight SQ308 from Singapore to London Heathrow took 14 hours and 3 minutes compared to an average of 13 hours and 39 minutes.

SQ366 from Singapore to Rome was in the air for 13 hours and 3 minutes versus an average of 12 hours and 38 minutes last Sunday.

SIA flight in the air

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With that said, SIA’s nonstop services from New York to Singapore have also adjusted flight paths but do not appear to have been significantly lengthened.

This past Sunday, SQ21 from Newark matched its average of 18 hours and 8 minutes, while SQ23 from JFK only took 6 minutes longer than its typical 18 hours.

Scoot’s Singapore to Athens flight on Monday took 12 minutes more than average as well.

The spokesperson said SIA has not canceled any flights and will continue monitoring the Middle East situation, adjusting routes accordingly.

Mirroring SIA, other airlines including Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines, and Qantas have also rerouted flights to avoid Iranian airspace.

On Tuesday, Lufthansa flight LH779 from Singapore to Frankfurt took a southerly route over Oman, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt before crossing the Mediterranean, arriving after 13 hours and 36 minutes compared to the typical 12 hours 30 minutes.

Turkish Airlines, Emirates, and Qatar Airways however continue using Iranian airspace for some flights.

Think you might be affected?

It’s good to check flight statuses on SIA’s website and subscribe to their mobile notifications for the latest updates.

Have a safe trip!


Scoot’s Biggest Sale Has Promo Fares To Over 60 Destinations When You Book From 19 – 25 Mar 24

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Scoot is back with an unbeatable sale that will make your wanderlust dreams come true. From March 19th to March 25th, 2024, they are offering incredible deals on over 60 captivating destinations, including the vibrant cities of Bangkok, Taipei, Seoul, and many more!

The promotional fares start from as low as $70, and that’s all-inclusive, including taxes! Yes, you read that right – you can embark on your dream getaway without breaking the bank. Click here to book now.

Whether you’re planning a solo adventure, a romantic escape, or a family vacation, Scoot has got you covered. But hurry, these sale fares are only available from March 19th to March 25th, 2024. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to explore the world and create unforgettable memories.

So pack your bags, grab your passport, and get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey with Scoot. Book now and let the adventure begin!

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Scoot’s first sale of the year has fare deals to Osaka fr S$180, Seoul fr S$190, & more when you book by 22 Jan 24

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Kickstart the new year with even more adventures!

Unwind in the tranquillity of nature as you sink your toes into soft white sand, dive into crystal clear waters, and enjoy nature’s sound bath amidst breathtaking landscapes in Jeju.

Take a trip back in time as you tour Shenyang’s imperial palaces and museums housing cultural relics.

Discover Trivandrum’s rich cultural tapestry as you wander through majestic temples and savour a variety of South Indian cuisine.

The new year’s the perfect time for new adventures! Secure these sale fares by 22 January 2024, 2359H (GMT+8). Gotta Scoot! ✈️

*One-way, taxes included. Terms and travel periods apply.

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Scoot is now offering up to 10kg cabin baggage allowance – 3kg more than most low-cost carriers!

Are you tired of the hassles that often accompany air travel, such as waiting in long lines to check your baggage or paying hefty fees for exceeding luggage limits? Look no further than Scoot, where your flying experience is about to get a whole lot better. Scoot has a simple yet revolutionary message for travelers – “Carry more of what you love.

When you choose to fly with Scoot, you automatically enjoy an impressive cabin baggage allowance that’s sure to put a smile on your face. Scoot’s passengers get up to 10 kilograms of cabin baggage, which is 3 kilograms more than what most low-cost carriers offer. This extra allowance can be a game-changer for your travel experience.

Before you start stuffing your bags, it’s essential to understand the specifics of Scoot’s cabin baggage policy.

Scoot allows each passenger to bring one carry-on bag and one personal item. The carry-on bag should fit within the dimensions of 54cm x 38cm x 23cm (total linear dimensions cannot exceed 115cm) and be placed in the overhead compartment. Your personal item or bag must fit within the dimensions of 40cm x 30cm x 10cm to be stowed under the seat in front of you.

In addition, ScootPlus get up to 15 kilograms of cabin baggage.

In conclusion, when you fly with Scoot, you’re not just getting from one place to another; you’re setting the stage for a more enjoyable and cost-effective journey. Enjoy your travels, save money, and make the most of your time exploring the world!

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