AviationScoot resumes Singapore-Hyderabad service with four-times weekly flights following air travel bubble agreement.

Air travel takes off between Singapore and India

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Scoot is committed to resuming all services to India, starting with activations over these few months.
Scoot is committed to resuming all services to India, starting with activations over these few months. Photo Credit: Scoot

Scoot responds to air travel bubble agreement between Singapore and India with the resumption of its Singapore-Hyderabad service, on four-times weekly flights. The service took effect on 30 November 2021 and is operated by Scoot’s A320neo aircraft.

Scoot also resumes its Singapore-Tiruchirappalli service with three-times weekly flights effective 2 December 2021. It will be increased to five-times weekly from 2 January 2022.

Additional flights to be activated in January next year include its Singapore-Amritsar service with five-times weekly flights operated by Scoot’s Boeing 787 Dreamliners.

Pre-Covid services to India included Amritsar, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Tiruchirappalli, Trivandrum, and Visakhapatnam. Scoot will announce other flight restarts accordingly to ensure safe international air travel.

Scoot’s flight restarts come at a time that sees the industry reporting on the pent-up demand for outbound trips by Indian travellers, particularly the Gen Zs and millennials.

Scoot flights are subject to regulatory approvals and are operated as non-Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights. Passengers on these flights must meet entry requirements into Singapore, and are subject to prevailing health control measures — including a seven-day quarantine upon arrival.

All passengers flying to India from Singapore must also ensure that they meet the prevailing entry requirements.



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