SCOOT, a low-cost airline which is a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines (SIA), has launched a flight service to Jeju, South Korea. Starting June 15, 2022, this non-stop three times a week service will be Scoot’s second destination to South Korea via Singapore.
The flight fare to Jeju starts from IDR 4,150,151 for one way, including tax. To go to Jeju, passengers from Indonesia can transit through Singapore, followed by a flight of about six hours to Jeju which is operated by an Airbus A321 neo-Scoot aircraft. This new aircraft type was introduced into the Scoot fleet in June 2021.
“With the gradual easing of border restrictions, we are confident that interregional travel will continue to grow as we provide more opportunities for our customers to travel to and through Singapore, to any of the destinations in our network,” said Scoot Chief Commercial Officer, Calvin Chan, in a release, Tuesday (5/24).
The airline hopes to support bilateral tourism with the launch of Jeju flights in June 2022, in conjunction with Scoot’s 10th anniversary. For information, this single aisle Airbus A321 neo-Scoot aircraft with 236 seats features a large area with passenger seats wrapped in premium black leather. The aircraft also has a large upper compartment, lighting technology that reduces jet lag, improved air quality, and reduced noise emissions.
Scoot Flight Schedules Singapore-Jeju Route (15 June-28 October 2022), Singapore (SIN)-Jeju (CJU)
With flight number TR812, passengers depart from Singapore at 01:35 local time and arrive in Jeju at 08:45 local time.
Jeju (CJU)-Singapore (SIN) TR813. With flight number TR812, passengers depart from Jeju at 09.45 local time and arrive in Singapore at 14.35 local time. Meanwhile, Scoot’s Singapore-Jeju route is scheduled to depart every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
As a low-cost carrier, Scoot offers passengers a choice of a pay-as-you-go scheme. Thus, travelers can arrange their own travel needs, whether it’s just a flight ticket or with luggage capacity, food and/or other products and services.
Currently, Scoot’s network covers 73 destinations in 16 countries and territories. In addition to operating four times a week flights to Seoul–South Korea, Scoot also operates passenger services between Singapore and destinations in Asia, Australia and Europe.
For Indonesia, currently Scoot has reopened international flight routes for several routes, namely Jakarta-Singapore (round-trip), Bali-Singapore (round-trip), Manado-Singapore (round-trip), and Surabaya-Singapore (return). [photo special]