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Athens or Berlin from $299 each way with these cheap Scoot flights

Posted: 25 May 2018 1:23 pm
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Take your pick of spring or autumn travel for rock-bottom prices.

It’s almost time to test Scoot’s new route to Germany after the airline announced the addition all the way back in December and now there’s no excuse not to go.

In Scoot’s latest sale, you can score flights to either Athens or Berlin from as little as $299 each way.

Fares to Athens from Perth start from just $299. You can also fly from Gold Coast from $319 and Sydney or Melbourne from $329.

Berlin flights from Gold Coast are from $329 and Sydney or Melbourne start at $339.

These prices are available for travel 10 August to 30 November and 15 January to 15 March 2019. Blackout periods may apply over school holiday or event periods.

Since Scoot is a low-cost carrier, these fares don’t include extras such as checked bags or onboard meals. These can be purchased separately during the booking process.

This sale ends 3 June unless seats sell out first. At this price, and with some summer dates included, we're not expecting them to last too long.

Flights can be booked, and you can compare these super-low prices to other options, here. Note: We found prices are showing slightly higher on some dates, but drop back down to $299 each way once redirected onto Scoot's website.

How good are these fares?

The prices on the new Berlin route are even cheaper than Scoot’s launch fares, which started at $798 return from Perth.

Prices to Athens are $32 more than the lowest fares we’ve seen which started at $566 return. Flying from Melbourne you’re paying $9 more, Gold Coast prices are just $5 more and Sydney’s are on par. Considering those are the bottom-of-the-barrel prices we think this is still a very good deal.

You’ve also got more choice with dates this time around with the choice of travelling during some of the best months to visit Athens.

Summertime is best for visiting Berlin so we suggest scoring some of those earlier flights.


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