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Fri, 1 April 2016

Scoot to Launch Flights to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Scoot, a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, has confirmed that it will launch thrice weekly, non-stop Jeddah-Singapore flights on 2 May 2016.

Scoots services will be operated with 335-seat Boeing 787 Dreamliners and will replace Singapore Airlines existing services via Dubai, reducing the flight time by about four hours.

Jeddah is Scoots first destination in the Middle East.

Scoots Dreamliners offer two cabin classes for guests to choose from. ScootBiz comprises an all-new, full leather seat with 38 pitch, 30kg checked-in baggage, up to 15kg of cabin baggage, and meals and drinks included, along with priority boarding and check-in. The ScootinSilence economy class quiet zone offers seat pitches ranging from 31 up to 35.

To commemorate its foray into the Middle East, Scoot is offering a limited-time promotion until 23:59 on 10 April 2016. One-way Economy fares to Singapore and selected destinations in Asia Pacific start from US$215; US$365 for ScootBiz. The applicable travel period is from 2 May to 14 November 2016, with a blackout period of 11 September to 12 October 2016 (both dates inclusive). Guests must travel from Jeddah, and some flights beyond Singapore are operated by Scoots partner airlines. Terms and conditions apply.

Scoot flight TZ 591 will depart Jeddah on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 21:50 to arrive at Changi Airport in Singapore at 12:15.

Scoot flight TZ 592 will depart Changi on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 16:40 to arrive in Jeddah at 20:40.

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