Scoot flights to Singapore drop to $218 return from Australia

Stephanie Yip 8 August 2017 NEWS

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Singapore's budget airline Scoot is once again bringing us bargain fares to its home city of Singapore with round trips from Australia for as low as $218.

These low fares are on journeys from Perth, but the price of travel from other major cities isn't too far behind. For example, if you're flying from the Gold Coast, a return trip starts at $278. If you're travelling from Sydney or Melbourne, you stand to pay as little as $298 return.

To get these prices, you'll need to fly on select dates between October 2017 and March 2018. Blackout dates apply around public and school holidays though on the upside all flights are direct so you won't have the inconvenience of a stopover to contend with.

Being a low-cost carrier, these fares don't include checked-in luggage or in-flight meals. However, being Singapore, the weather is fairly warm throughout the year with temperatures that range from 26-30℃, so packing light should not be a problem.

These flights fall during Singapore's wettest months, which is from September to February. The worst of the wet weather arrives between November and January, so it's best to avoid travelling during the Christmas period. If you can, aim for dates in February or March, which is the beginning of the dry season to increase your chances of clear skies and dry weather.

This Scoot Singapore sale is available until seats sell out. Sample dates to fly for cheap are: 6-14 March 2018 for departures from Perth or Gold Coast and 4-12 November for departures from Sydney and Melbourne.

You can browse for more dates through Flight Centre.

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