Scoot Airlines to Sydney
Travellers are hoping that Scoot’s direct flight from Singapore to Sydney will hit hard on its competitors Jetstar and AirAsia X. Currently, Jetstar operating a Singapore to Sydney route with a stopover at Melbourne while AirAsia X flies to Sydney with a stopover at Kuala Lumpur. Between Jetstar and AirAsia X, the latter offers cheaper 2-way airfares from Singapore to Sydney. In fact, AirAisa X is one of the airlines that offers really cheap ticket from Singapore to Sydney.
- Jetstar – from S$890
- AirAsia X – from S$644
Scoot Airlines Website – Flyscoot.com
Scoot Air is building an image of fun, unconventional like calling its official website: flyscoot.com. So do not be mistakenly by those websites named scootairlines.com or scootair.com as the official Scoot Airlines website. Let’s hope Scoot Airlines airfares are equally ‘unconventional’ & ‘encouraging’ (meaning cheap) so that everyone can experience new places, meet new people.
Scoot Airlines Airfares
It has been announced that Scoot Airlines airfares are supposedly 40% cheaper than a full-serviced carrier and tickets will start selling from March 2012 onwards. If Singapore Airlines (SIA) special fares to Sydney are selling at S$888 (2-way all-inclusive), can we expect Scoot air tickets to Sydney to be at least 30% cheaper at around S$620?
Well, we will know when Scoot Airlines announces its airfares promotion in March and I hope the offer will be so irresistible that I must grab a cheap ticket to Sydney or Gold Coast.