Scoot sale: Flights to India from $426 return

Andrew Munro 8 August 2017 NEWS

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Get some super prices this Super Tuesday.

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

Low-cost carrier Scoot Airlines is running a sale on flights to Chennai, India right now, taking off from as little as $426 return. These are outstanding prices, coming in significantly cheaper than previous sales where the starting prices were $450, even from the same budget airline.

This deal is available as part of Scoot's Super Tuesday sale, so they're only around until midnight. Fortunately, once you've grabbed them, you can pick almost any travel period you want, taking off any time this week, or as far away as March 2018.

Scoot is among the cheapest airlines in the world, and with promotional fares like these it's safe to say you won't regret snapping them up, and that no one else is going to match them any time soon.

Prices are lowest from Perth, but still way more than reasonable from the most expensive takeoff point (Melbourne).

  • Perth to Chennai - from $426 return
  • Gold Coast to Chennai - from $487 return
  • Sydney to Chennai - from $507 return
  • Melbourne to Chennai - from $518 return

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