Budget airline Scoot launches massive ’20 destinations for $200′ sale with flights to the Maldives, Thailand, Singapore and Vietnam – but you’d better be quick!
- Escape to a range of luxurious tropical locations with dirt-cheap Scoot flights
- The budget airline is offering Australians the chance to travel to 20 destinations
- Scoot, owned by Singapore Airlines, launched a ’20 destinations for under $200′
- Flights from Perth to Singapore cost just $129, or $169 for Sydney travellers
You could soon be relaxing on a beach in a luxurious holiday spot for as little as $200, with cheap flights on offer to the Maldives, Thailand, Singapore and 20 other locations.
Budget airline Scoot, owned by Singapore Airlines, has launched dirt-cheap flights from Australia in its ’20 destinations for under $200′ sale.
The sale is offering customers the chance to visit 23 locations around the world, but customers better be quick as it only runs until September 30.
Budget airline Scoot, owned by Singapore Airlines, has flights available to Singapore (pictured) for just $129
Flights to Vietnam (pictured) are just $169 in the dirt-cheap sale offered by budget airline Scoot
The prices are so low those wanting to visit bucket-list locations such as Singapore can do so for under $300 return.
One-way flights begin from $129 from Perth, $159 from the Gold Coast and $169 from Sydney of Melbourne.
For those wanting to visit Hong Kong, one-way tickets from the Gold Coast start at just $189, while flying from Melbourne and Sydney is $199.
Flights to Phuket are just $169 from the Gold Coast and $189 from Sydney and Melbourne.
The bargain prices are available for customers who want to travel between October 8 and November 30 in 2019 and between February 20 and March 31, 2020.
However, for those who want to visit the idyllic Maldives can only do so until October 26.
You could be relaxing on a beach in the Maldives (pictured) with cheap flights beginning from just $189
The company has also chosen to remove payment-process fees, meaning Apple Pay, Credit Card, Google Pay and PayPal are all fee-free for Australian travellers.
The changes were implemented as the airline’s strategy to ensure customers have a seamless booking experience.
Scoot’s Chief Executive Officer Lee Lik Hsin said they have taken advantage of advances in payment technology.
‘Now, we are ready to do away with it globally. We hope this gives our customers better value and more reasons to escape the ordinary with us,’ he said in a statement.
Budget airline Scoot, owned by Singapore Airlines, has launched dirt-cheap flights from Australia in its ’20 destinations for under $200′ sale