Scoot is expanding its network with the launch of new services for the year-end period, as well as resumption of flights and increased flight frequency on the Pikachu jet.
Increasing Scoot’s existing network in Indonesia to eight cities, new twice weekly flights to Indonesia’s Lombok and Makassar will start on October 16 and 24 respectively, while twice weekly flights to Yogyakarta and Pekanbaru will resume from October 15 and 24 respectively.
From the end of October, Scoot will increase the frequency of flights to Jeju from three-times weekly to five-times weekly, and make its Osaka service a daily one.
Additionally, seasonal non-stop flights between Singapore and Hokkaido (Sapporo) from November 2022 to February 2023 will be mounted.
From the end of October, the frequency of its Singapore-Taipei-Tokyo flights will be increased to daily services, and three-times weekly Singapore-Taipei-Sapporo flights and five-times weekly Singapore-Taipei-Seoul flights will be reinstated – a total of 18-times weekly flights to Taipei by the carrier.
Scoot will also increase the frequency of the Pokémon Air Adventures themed flights. From November, the Pikachu Jet will operate three fixed routes per month on the Singapore-Tokyo route.
In October, Scoot will also resume flights into Hangzhou (October 3), Zhengzhou (October 12), and Wuhan (October 13), as well as increase the flight frequency to Tianjin to twice weekly (October 11).