SCOOT has started its flight from Singapore to Yogyakarta International Airport every two weeks on a narrow-body Airbus A320.
According to Scoot General Manager Indonesia Ajish Morris explained that Yogyakarta was the first of six destinations in Indonesia to be taken over by Scoot from SilkAir. Other destinations are Balikpapan, Lombok, Makassar, Manado and Semarang. The flight schedule from Yogyakarta-Singapore is carried out every Tuesday at 10:15 a.m. and vice versa from Singapore-Yogyakarta on the same day at 08.25.
“The one-way FLY Economy Class ticket price includes taxes starting from IDR1,255,000 for Yogyakarta-Singapore flights and SGD 147 for Singapore-Yogyakarta flights,” he explained in a recent press release.
He added that Scoot is the only airline that currently operates direct flights between Yogyakarta and Singapore. I also hopes that this flight can facilitate travel, worship and business trips between the two countries after the travel industry recovers from COVID-19.
“We are confident that Scoot’s extensive network, including the Singapore-Jeddah route, is priced according to value, and the good range of products and services will attract Yogyakarta visitors and residents,” he said.
Ajish Morris also explained that in addition to point-to-point trips, Scoot passengers from Yogyakarta can transit to destinations served by the SIA Group via SIA, SilkAir, or Scoot. However, transfer flights to and from other airlines are currently not available.
The low-cost carrier hopes that now it can serve more passengers who need to make important trips. make it possible. As part of the SIA Group, Scoot is also committed to providing passengers with peace of mind when flying during times of pandemics.
From our customer-friendly booking and refund policies, to comprehensive security measures from pre-flight to post-flight, as well as other initiatives that will be introduced soon.
As for passengers who order Scoot tickets from now until the end of 2020, they can make a free date change to their booking as needed. This is to mitigate changes to travel plans due to COVID-19.
In addition, Scoot is one of the few airlines in the world to offer refunds in the form of 100% cash as well as vouchers worth 120% to passengers who experience flight cancellations. [business.com/photo special]