Following its inaugural flights from Singapore – Sydney, Scoot Airline revealed two new destinations. The Singapore-based budget airline announced it will offer flights to Tokyo, Japan, and Taipei, Taiwan, sometime in the near future.
Scoot was founded in November 2011 and commenced flights on June 4, 2012. It is wholly owned by Singapore Airlines and focuses on serving medium and long-haul routes. As a budget airline, passengers pay separately for checked luggage, in-flight meals, and an iPad entertainment system.
Starting dates for the new routes have not yet been announced. Previously announced routes for Scoot include Gold Coast, Australia, Tianjin, China, and Bangkok, Thailand.