Scoot expands Asian network

Scoot, the Singapore-based longhaul, low-cost division of Singapore Airlines, has added two new Asian cities to its route map: Osaka and Kaohsiung.


Scoot, the Singapore-based longhaul, low-cost division of Singapore Airlines, has added two new Asian cities to its route map: Osaka and Kaohsiung.  The carrier started flying to Osaka on 8 July with the B787 Dreamliner service running three times a week with a stop in Bangkok.

A day later on 9 July, the inaugural flight bound for Kaohsiung, the second largest city in Taiwan kicked off its three times weekly service which also continues onwards from Kaohsiung to Osaka, meaning that Scoot now flies to the Japanese city six times a week.

Scoot will continue to upgrade its services to Japan and Taiwan in September this year, when its starts deploying its Dreamliners to Taipei and Tokyo. The addition of Kaohsiung and Osaka boosts Scoot’s total network to 15 destinations in seven countries. Singapore Airlines Cargo manages the belly capacity of Scoot.