What do we really think of Scoot?
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Connecting Australia to Asia as well as to select destinations in Europe via its hub in Singapore, Scoot's dreamliner fleet is known for its very cheap flights, including fares to Europe for less than $700 return.
But with prices this low, we wonder whether there's a catch. We've given Scoot a few spins and are here to share our experiences with the budget carrier.
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