Scoot celebrates S'pore-Perth route anniversary with sale

Scoot celebrates S'pore-Perth route anniversary with sale
Scoot CEO Campbell Wilson and cabin crew posing with the new ScootBiz seats from Scoot's Boeing 787 Dreamliner at the Ultimate Take-off Challenge at Marina Square over the weekend.

SINGAPORE - Scoot will be increasing its daily flight services between Singapore and Perth, and adding Melbourne as its fourth Australia destination in 2015.

The announcements were made on the airline's first anniversary of its Singapore to Perth route.

Mr Campbell Wilson, CEO of Scoot, also said that Perth will be the inaugural destination for their 787 Dreamliner starting early 2015.

Passengers can look forward to better comfort, wider selection of amenities including Wi-Fi on board, he added.

According to Mr Wilson, close to 150,000 travellers have flown between Perth and Singapore since the flight route was launched a year ago.

To celebrate the anniversary, Scoot will be offering special return fares when travellers purchase a regular economy fare flying out of Singapore.

The return fare excludes taxes and surchages, and the travel period is between Jan 1 and Oct 24 next year.

The one-day sale starts at noon today (Dec 12) and ends at 11.59pm.

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