Posted on: 12 December 2014 by Ross McSweeny
Closely following the announcement that Scoot is introducing daily flights to Melbourne, the airline is celebrating the first anniversary of its Singapore to Perth route by increasing the frequency of flights, so that it too becomes a daily service.
“Having flown close to 150,000 guests to and from Perth, we're thrilled with the fantastic response to this route in the past 12 months. Our increased frequency gives everyone a greater choice in visiting either Western Australia or indeed Singapore any day of the week,” commented Scoot’s CEO, Campbell Wilson. “Furthermore, guests travelling from Perth can enjoy an even greater choice of destinations and seamless connections beyond Singapore on either Scoot or our partner airline Tigerair.
“I'm also pleased to announce that starting in early 2015, Perth will be the inaugural destination for our 787 Dreamliner. The 787 is a game changer for Scoot and reinforces our commitment to being the best long-haul low-fare airline. Scoot's 787s will deliver better comfort, a wider selection of amenities including onboard Wi-Fi, while enabling us to maintain our great value airfares so our guests can get outta here more often.”