Athens flights from $566 return

Stephanie Yip 5 December 2017 NEWS


Scoot has hit rock bottom with these prices.

UPDATE: These flights have gone up with fares starting from $612 return. These are still some of the cheapest fares we've seen so if you're keen, click the links below for more details and to book.

Scoot has taken its already budget-friendly prices down even further with flights to Athens now from just $566 return.

Yeah, pick that jaw up.

The sale is only available today and at these prices, we doubt they'll stick around for long.

The cheapest route, as always, is out of Perth coming in at $566 return on trips between February and April 2018.

Other fares include Gold Coast to Athens from $633, Melbourne to Athens from $649 and Sydney to Athens from $658. It's a mixed bag of available flight dates ranging from February to October 2018, depending on your route.

Even if you're travelling during low-season these prices are hard to beat, with these fares being the cheapest we've ever seen on this route so far.

You can snatch up your tickets now through I Want That Flight here. But remember, don't delay because these prices won't stay.

Athens flights on sale with Scoot

Flight dates
Perth Athens $566 return February-April 2018 Find your flight to Athens
Gold Coast Athens $633 return April-October 2018 Find your flight to Athens
Melbourne Athens $649 return April-May 2018 Find your flight to Athens
Sydney Athens $658 return May-September 2018 Find your flight to Athens

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