The $135 fares to Asia and Europe return with this Scoot sale
Save on flights to Vietnam, India, Singapore, Thailand and more.
If you've been meaning to check out everything Singapore has to offer, you can fly from Perth starting from $135, Gold Coast from $159 and Sydney or Melbourne from $179 each way.
Scoot is making sure you can make the most of the new year with the travel period running until 31 October 2020. Some blackout periods may apply depending on school holidays and events.
The flights don't stop there with airfares from Gold Coast to Phuket and Bangkok from $195, and Osaka from $279 departing from Sydney and Melbourne. You can also fly from Perth to Krabi from $185 and Hanoi from $189 one way.
You can grab these flights over at Skyscanner to lock in your dream escape.
Don't wait around for long, this sale ends Monday 6 January 2020 unless sold out prior.
How good are these fares?
- Price: Great. This isn't the first time we've seen Scoot drop prices, with airfares discounted to $135 each way earlier this month.
- Airline: Good. Scoot is a low-cost airline. So this means that your airfares don't include checked baggage, in-flight meals and entertainment but can be added for an extra fee.
- Travel time: Good. When you fly with Scoot you will stop over in Singapore for your connecting flight. The good news is that Singapore airport is a sight to see and makes connection times a lot more bearable.
- Weather: Good. Weather in Asia and Europe can be unpredictable at times. If Greece is on your bucket list then catch low crowds and warm temperatures between April and June. To make the most of Ho Chi Minh City we recommend booking in March or April as these are the driest months of the year.
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