Greece flights from $628 return
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UPDATE: These fares have dropped! Prices are now: They now start from $598 return out of Perth, $638 out of Gold Coast, $658 out of Sydney and $698 out of Melbourne. Book through I Want That Flight by midnight 12 December.
Athens is one of two long haul destinations that Scoot flies to, the other being Honolulu, and offers some, if not the cheapest, flights to Greece from Australia.
To cash in on this low fare, you'll have to fly out of Perth in early 2018. Those coming from other Aussie cities still benefit with fares from the Gold Coast starting from $695, from Melbourne starting at $711 and from Sydney starting at $720 return.
As far as cost goes, these fares sit at the lower end of the spectrum for Scoot sale fares. In the past, we've seen the airline drop prices as low as $566 return, though sale fares tend to hover around the high $600s.
Travel is available between February and June 2018, so you'll be flying in the off season. Aim for dates closer to June and you'll benefit from the warmer weather with less crowds and shoulder season prices.
Flights all include a stopover in Singapore.
As Scoot is a budget airline, flights don't include extras such as checked luggage and in-flight meals. These can be added for a fee.
There's no set end date for this sale with seats available until sold out. Get on them now by visiting I Want That Flight which aggregates booking sites to bring you the very best price.
Alternatively, you can click on the links in the table below.
Full list of fares and routes in the Scoot Athens sale:
|Perth||Athens||February - April||$628||Book your Athens trip now|
|Gold Coast||Athens||February - May 2018||$695||Book your Athens trip now|
|Melbourne||Athens||April - May 2018||$711||Book your Athens trip now|
|Sydney||Athens||April - June 2018||$720||Book your Athens trip now|
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