In July 2017, low-cost carrier Scoot announced plans to add Harbin, Kuantan, Kuching, Palembang and Honolulu to its network. As of now, the only European destination that Scoot flies to is Athens.
Now, it seems that Scoot may be spreading its wings even further in Europe, with the addition of flights from Singapore to Copenhagen, Vienna, Cairo and Manchester, via cities in India, namely Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Kolkota. This is made possible with fifth-freedom rights, which Scoot has already obtained, allowing it to fly routes between India and Europe. These routes may be introduced as early as 2018.
Preliminary pricing puts a one-way ticket between Mumbai and Copenhagen at only Rs12000, or S$254.
Singapore-based travellers now have more low-cost options to Europe with these additions to the Scoot network.