AviationLow-cost carrier offers one-way fare deals ahead of upcoming Vaccinated Travel Lanes flights with Singapore.

Scoot readies for Australia and South Korea travel boom

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One-way sale fares to Australia and South Korea will run for about a week.
One-way sale fares to Australia and South Korea will run for about a week. Photo Credit: Getty Images/NeoPhoto

Scoot has launched promotional fares for the upcoming Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights between Singapore to South Korea and Australia, slated to take off on 15 November and 21 November respectively.

One-way sale fares to Incheon International Airport start from S$200 (US$148), and will be available till 8 November 2021 for the once weekly non-stop VTL flights between Singapore and Seoul, South Korea.

One-way sale fares for flights from Singapore to Melbourne start from S$199, while fares to Sydney start from S$219, available till 7 November 2021. Scoot currently operates daily flights to Melbourne and four-times weekly flights to Sydney.

All fares are inclusive of taxes.

Travellers are advised to check prevailing eligibility and entry requirements to Australia and South Korea, as well as Scoot's advisory before booking the VTL flights.

These new flights come on top of other VTL flights to Berlin, which started from 19 October.



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