First Scoot flights to Berlin on sale from $899 return

Stephanie Yip 3 January 2018 NEWS

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Cheap seats to from Australia to Germany now on sale for the European summer.

Just over a month ago Scoot announced it was adding Berlin, its third long haul destination, to its itinerary. Now, the budget airline has released the first seats on journeys from Australia to Germany with fares starting from $899 return.

Initial flights take off in August 2018, just in time to kick off the busy summer season.

Fares start from $899 return from Perth. Other fares on sale right now include the Gold Coast to Berlin from $939, Sydney to Berlin from $959 and Melbourne to Berlin from $999. All are roundtrip fares and include a stopover in Singapore.

As Scoot is a budget airline, these prices are exclusive of in-flight meals, entertainment and checked baggage. These can be added for a fee during or even after booking.

You can book flights at these prices now on I Want That Flight.

Flights are on sale until sold out and being peak-season dates, we're anticipating that won't be long.

Flights to Berlin on sale with Scoot:

From
To
Return fare
Flight dates
Book
Perth Berlin $899 August 2018 Book your flight to Berlin
Gold Coast Berlin $939 August 2018 Book your flight to Berlin
Sydney Berlin $959 August 2018 Book your flight to Berlin
Melbourne Berlin $999 August 2018 Book your flight to Berlin

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