Hold the phone: Flights to Europe are down to $678 return

Posted: 15 October 2018 10:33 am

Athens or Berlin? The choice is yours.

Sun yourself in Greece or party in the bustling city of Berlin – both are options that you can have on the cheap with Scoot's latest sale.

Flights start from $678 to Athens and from $698 to Berlin. Travel is available from 15 January to 30 March 2019.

You have until 22 October to score these hot fares. That is, unless they sell out first.

Don't be the one that misses this deal. Book your seat now through Flight Centre.

How good are these fares?

  • Price: Good. When on sale you'll find flights to Athens on Scoot drop as close as they can to $600 return. While this isn't quite as low as the airline has gone in the past, it's still the cheapest way to get to Europe at the moment bettering these Air China flights by $21.
  • Airline: OK. Scoot is a budget carrier and all fares are seat only. Checked luggage, in-flight meals and entertainment cost extra. To see how we rate Scoot, read our reviews here.
  • Frequent flyer points: None.
  • Travel time: Great. All flights include a layover in Singapore which is arguably the best layover airport in the world.
  • Weather: OK. You'll be travelling during winter and spring which are some of the quietest months of the year. We suggest booking March dates to avoid the worst of the winter freeze.

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