SCOOT, which recently unveiled Australia’s Gold Coast as its second destination, has given consumers a sneak insight into its future fare structure and onboard offerings.
In a press statement, Scoot revealed that passengers would have a choice of three economy fares. The entry-level fare, dubbed Fly, is just for the seat; FlyBag includes the seat and a 15kg luggage allowance; while FlyBagEat includes the seat, checked baggage and one hot meal.
Premium passengers can select ScootBiz, which offers 38-inch pitch and 22-inch wide leather seats, as well as onboard F&B and 20kg of check-in luggage.
Available add-ons include S-t-r-e-t-c-h, which affords passengers an extra four inches of legroom, as well as other frills to be selected a la carte.
Scoot CEO Campbell Wilson told TTG Asia e-Daily that purchasing the luggage allowance and meal as part of a bundle would save customers up to 20 per cent versus buying a la carte.
“We all know the frustration of being presented a laundry list of choices when we already know what we want. Thus, we’ve bundled the most common choices so they can be selected at one click,” he said.