Scoot Launches Sale on Southeast Asia Routes with Fares from ¥13,000 One-Way

Scoot (Airbus A321neo)

Scoot will be holding a sale for Southeast Asia routes departing from Japan, starting from 10 a.m. on December 12 until December 18.

Examples of routes included in the sale and their lowest one-way fares are as follows, with the left price being for Economy class and the right for ScootPlus, including fuel surcharges and taxes. The travel period is from April 16, 2024, to November 30, 2024, though excluded periods may apply depending on the route.

From Tokyo/Narita:
Taipei/Taoyuan (¥13,000/¥20,000), Singapore (¥17,000/¥35,000), Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Ipoh, Kuching, Langkawi, Miri, Kuantan (¥18,000/-), Jakarta, Surabaya, Yogyakarta (¥18,500/-), Kota Kinabalu (¥19,000/-), Denpasar, Balikpapan, Makassar, Lombok, Manado (¥20,000/-), Trivandrum, Tiruchirappalli, Visakhapatnam (¥24,000/-), Coimbatore, Chennai (¥26,000/-), Amritsar (¥26,000/¥62,000), Perth (¥26,000/¥65,000), Sydney, Melbourne (¥30,000/¥70,000)

From Osaka/Kansai:
Singapore (¥17,500/¥36,000), Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Ipoh, Kuching, Langkawi, Miri, Kuantan (¥18,000/-), Jakarta, Surabaya, Yogyakarta (¥18,500/-), Kota Kinabalu (¥19,000/-), Denpasar, Balikpapan, Makassar, Lombok, Manado (¥21,000/-), Trivandrum, Tiruchirappalli, Visakhapatnam (¥25,000/-), Perth (¥26,000/¥65,000), Amritsar (¥27,000/¥62,000), Coimbatore, Chennai (¥27,000/-), Sydney, Melbourne (¥32,000/¥70,000)

From Sapporo/Chitose:
Taipei/Taoyuan (¥14,000/¥27,000)

Scoot, a budget carrier that started operations in 2012, is a part of the Singapore Airlines Group. In July 2017, it merged with Tigerair Singapore, and before the pandemic, it served 71 cities.


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