Scoot 50M Soaring flight sale: International flights from $109

Stephanie Yip 16 March 2017 NEWS

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50 million passengers can't be wrong.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Budget airline Scoot in partnership with Tigerair has officially sent 50 million passengers to destinations far and wide. To celebrate this milestone, Scoot has launched a 50M Soaring sale featuring dozens of international flights from Australia's major cities with fares for as little as $109 each way.

Where can you go for $109? On Scoot, this can get you from Perth to Singapore.

Other hot fares in this sale are: Perth to Phuket from $139 each way, Gold Coast to Krabi from $159 each way, Melbourne to Jaipur from $199 each way and Sydney to Athens from $399.

The Athens flights on sale are for travel between 25 July and 28 October 2017.

All other flights are for travel between 15 March and 28 October 2017. Black out dates may apply over school holidays and event periods.

As Scoot is a budget carrier, these fares do not include checked baggage, meals or in-flight entertainment. These can be added for a fee during the booking process.

The Scoot 50M Soaring Sale ends 2:59 AEDT on 19 March 2017 unless sold out prior. All flights can be booked through Flight Centre by searching for fares on sale routes during the sale travel period.


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    margaretApril 10, 2017

    How on earth do I contact Scoot to make a booking? The number online for Scoot has been disconnected and as far as I can see the only way to talk to them is by another number in Singapore and this has now been disconnected. Hoping you can help.

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      LiezlApril 11, 2017

      Hi Margaret,

      Thank you for your question.

      Please check this link for Scoot’s contact details. Also, you may want to check for flight deals available now on this page.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      Liezl

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