Low-cost Singapore carrier announces flights to SeoulScoot said yesterday it will fly to Seoul in June, becoming first low-cost carrier to connect Singapore and Korea.
Scoot CEO Campbell Wilson held a press conference yesterday in Seoul to announce that the budget carrier owned by Singapore Airlines, will offer flights between Incheon and Singapore via Taiwan with Boeing 777-200 aircraft three times a week.
The service will be available on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday of every week. ?The company claims to offer tickets up to 40 percent cheaper than regular airlines, but the fares and initial date of operation have not been announced as the medium and long-haul flight operator is still waiting for approval from Korean aviation authorities.
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