Travel boost: Scoot ups Singapore-Bangkok-London flights to three times per week with Dreamliners

by James Wilkinson

Scoot is upping the ante on services to and from the United Kingdom, with the low cost carrier now operating three flights per week from Singapore to London Gatwick vis Bangkok.

Services are operated on Scoot’s widebody Boeing 787 Dreamliners, which feature both Economy and ScootPlus cabins, sporting features such as in-flight WiFi and the Scoot-in-Silence quiet-zone.

“The progressive relaxation of international borders presents new opportunities for airlines and travellers alike,” said Scoot’s Chief Executive Officer, Campbell Wilson.

“With the ability to now travel quarantine-free between the United Kingdom and Thailand, Scoot is excited to introduce the only low-cost option between Bangkok and London offering our unique combination of great value and great experience with a touch of Scootitude,” he said.

“For nearly 10 years, Scoot has empowered travellers to customise their flight experience as they prefer, whether it be with extra legroom, checked baggage, free carry-on cabin luggage of 10kg, inflight Wi-Fi, tasty meals, Scoot-in-Silence or just enjoy an unbeatable airfare.”

Scoot’s service via Bangkok complements the existing non-stop services operated between Singapore and London Heathrow Airport by Scoot’s parent, Singapore Airlines.

Travellers on Scoot, being part of the Singapore Airlines Group, can earn and redeem KrisFlyer loyalty points on their journey.