Singapore based Scoot will resume services and restore their network in the coming months, as Singapore and some key air hubs look to re-open international air travel in a careful and calibrated manner. There have been encouraging developments that have boosted consumers’ confidence in air travel.
In anticipation of more countries around the world adopting safety measures to re-open borders, the Singapore Airlines Group has therefore reviewed its network to identify which airlines in the SIA Group portfolio are best suited to match capacity to changes in travel and cargo demand in view of the pandemic.
Scoot flight schedules from December 2020
|City||Current||From 01 Dec 2020|
|Melbourne||Once weekly||Seven times weekly|
|City||Current||From 07 Dec 2020|
|Penang||Once weekly||Seven times weekly|
|Bangkok||Nil||Seven times weekly|
|Ho Chi Minh||Nil||Seven times weekly|
|Surabaya||Once weekly||Seven times weekly|
|Taipei||Twice weekly||Seven times weekly|
|Taipei – Narita||Once weekly||Four times weekly|
|Taipei – Seoul||Once weekly||Three times weekly|
Scoot services to Kuala Lumpur, Manila and Perth continue to be suspended, while Singapore Airlines and Silk Air will continue to operate these routes with higher frequencies.
Other cities with weak demand will continue to be suspended – Clark, Kaohsiung, and Osaka. Scoot will maintain its existing services to Hong Kong, Ipoh, Kuching, Guangzhou, Nanjing, and Tianjin.
Flight schedules may be subject to change due to regulatory reasons.