Since March 2018, Scoot has been removing payment processing fees (a convenience fee that is applied during the payment process) in selected markets and now, it has removed the aforementioned fees globally for bookings made on its direct channels. Aligned with its vision of making travel attainable for all, customers travelling on Scoot will no longer need to pay a convenience fee when booking direct.
To provide customers with greater convenience and seamless booking experience, Scoot currently offers a comprehensive range of payment options across its network of 67 cities in 17 countries and territories. This includes global payment methods such as Apple Pay, Credit Card (American Express, JCB, MasterCard, UnionPay, Visa), Google Pay and PayPal, and local payment methods such as AXS and PayNow for customers in Singapore, POLi for customers in Australia, WeChat Pay and Alipay for customers in China, DragonPay for customers in the Philippines, Konbini for customers in Japan, and Momo for customers in Vietnam.
For more savings, customers in Singapore may purchase their flights during Scoot’s Got To Go Promotion commencing tomorrow, 24 September 2019, where they can enjoy one- way promotional fares to over 25 cities including Langkawi, Trivandrum and Athens, from 52SGD on Economy FLY, and 199SGD on ScootPlus. To view the destinations and applicable travel periods for the promotion, customers can visit www.flyscoot.com/gtg.
Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan no longer allows a complimentary stopover on intra-Asia award redemption flights. They have also fixed the number of miles required between Singapore and China on Singapore Airlines.
The year is slowly coming to an end and if you have been putting off a vacation, you can now save 30% off the number of required KrisFlyer Miles across selected routes on Singapore Airlines and SilkAir for travel between 1-30 November 2019.
Planning to head to Japan (or North Asia)? Redeeming your miles on EVA Air is a great way to visit Taipei along the way - find out how to best use your EVA Air Infinity MileageLands miles from Singapore!
The Cathay Pacific Lounge in Singapore is beautiful and it is easily one of my favourite airport lounges in Changi Airport.
Direct bookings on Scoot will no longer attractive a payment processing fee - that’s right, no more credit card fees when booking online!
Start from 01 October 2019, Business Class and First Class passengers that are traveling on selected Singapore Airlines flights will get to enjoy four Ramen Keisuke specialty dishes (on rotation) on selected Japan routes as well as on selected flights departing Singapore (as part of the Book the Cook menu).
Time to use that IAP to enjoy savings on Qatar Airways’ Business Class and First Class - a brand new Premium Lounge is expected to open next year and it looks beautiful!
For travel between 1-31 October 2019, save 30% off the number of required miles on Singapore Airlines and SilkAir when you redeem your miles across selected routes by 30 September 2019!
SilkAir (the regional wing of Singapore Airlines) will be transferring its services to Busan in South Korea to Singapore Airlines from 28 October 2019.
Leave it to Japan Airlines to make a 3-hour flight a wonderful one - beautifully-presented food, delicious sake and a relatively-comfortable seat that took me from Tokyo to Taipei.