Following the announcement of seasonal flights to Sapporo and Harbin this upcoming winter, Scoot will be launching ticket sales to Honolulu (the airline's second long-haul destination after Athens) tomorrow. The new service between Singapore and Honolulu also marks Scoot's maiden entry into the United States of America.
Served by the wide-bodied, Boeing 787 Dreamliner, flights are slated to commence from 19 December 2017 and are operated four time weekly from Singapore to Honolulu with a stopover in Osaka. Scoot will operate non-stop Singapore–Osaka service once this route starts in addition to its existing three-times-weekly services to Osaka via Bangkok and Kaohsiung. The total frequency to Osaka from Singapore will, therefore, increase from 6-times-weekly to 10-times-weekly.
To celebrate its first foray into USA, Scoot is offering attractive round-trip fares from Singapore to Honolulu from as low as SGD 555 on Economy FLY fare, and SGD 1,555 on ScootBiz. Promotion starts 10.00am on 4 October 2017 till 11.59pm on 8 October 2017. Escape the ordinary and book your tickets now at www.flyscoot.com!
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Simply redeem your KrisFlyer miles online across selected routes by 31 August 2019 for travel between 1-30 September 2019 to save 30% off the number of required miles on Singapore Airlines and SilkAir!
You will now get more (free!) data when flying in Business Class or First Class on Singapore Airlines.
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Flight review of QF52 from Singapore to Brisbane in Business Class on A330-300. Yes, this was the flight where I was offered just 5,000 Qantas Points ‘as a gesture of goodwill’ for a broken seat that did not recline.
Spend 30% less KrisFlyer Miles to selected destinations in August 2019 - book by 31 July 2019!
The rumours are true - the SilverKris and KrisFlyer Gold lounges in Singapore Changi Airport (T3) will be renovated. Yup, The Private Room is going to be revamped too.
Enjoy savings with Emirates when you book before the end of 07 July 2019 for travel until the end of the year - Economy Class from SGD 649 and Business Class from SGD 2,809. Take up to an extra SGD 100 off for travels in September.
The latest KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escape list has just been published! You know the drill - simply redeem an eligible flight to and from the listed destinations to save 30% off the number of KrisFlyer miles required. All bookings have to be made online before the end of 30 June 2019 for travel between 1-31 July 2019!