Don’t really care that Scoot Airlines is merging with Tigerair (the non-Australian version)? We’ll your gonna, because that union is the reason you’ll be flying to Greece for less than $400.

The two budget carriers will officially become one tomorrow when the two begin operating under a common license.

This merger will see Scoot ditch its TZ flight code in favour of Tigerair’s TR code, all of Tigerair’s online systems move into FlyScoot.com, all aircraft decorated with the familiar Scoot livery and the roll-out of new uniforms.

Fun and very busy times over at the mega budget airline.

But while employees focus on back-end changes, they’re giving travellers a really good reason to care about the marriage and it’s cheap as sale fares.

Celebratory offers include $99 one-way fares from Perth to Singapore in Economy and $379 ScootBiz tickets from Sydney and Melbourne to Singapore.

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There’s $219 one-way Economy Class fares from the Gold Coast to Hong Kong and $499 ScootBiz tickets to Taipei from Sydney and Melbourne.

But for those looking for a Mediterranean escape to a place where the sun rarely ever stops shining, the booze is always flowing and the food is all-round delicious, there’s those incredibly generous fares to Athens.

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People of Perth can visit Greece from around $339 one-way in Economy or $999 in ScootBiz.

Those on the Gold Coast can book a one-way ticket to ‘The Glorious City’ from $389 Economy or $1,069 ScootBiz.

While Sydneysiders and Melburnians can enjoy a Greek getaway from $399 one-way in Economy or $1,099 in ScootBiz.

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Just a few housekeeping details, the Economy fares (or FLY fares) only cover the seat, meaning you’ll have to pay extra for food and bags.

The ScootBiz ticket comes with fare, meal and drink, 30 kg of checked luggage and ScooTV, 15 kg carry on and priority boarding into your comfy, wide, reclining leather seat, with foot-rest and in-seat power, in an exclusive forward cabin.

Sales fares start TOMORROW (25 July 2017) until 30 July 2017 and can be accessed by clicking here.

Travel period is anytime before 24 March 2018, obviously there are blackout dates for school holidays and events.

Happy booking!

Is Greece in your travel plans for 2017?