Flying to Germany just got easier AND cheaper for Australians who can take advantage of Scoot Airlines’ newest non-stop service to fly from Australia to Berlin via Singapore.

The low-cost carrier this week launched a four-times weekly non-stop Singapore-Berlin service, making Germany the airline’s third long-haul destination after Athens in Greece and Honolulu in the US.

Scoot’s Chief Executive, Lee Lik Hsin, said he’s confident that Berlin’s vibrancy and creativity will appeal to “any market or demographic”, including those in Australia.

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He may be onto something, because the airline’s first flight into Berlin was 95 percent full with Singaporeans, Indonesians and… you guessed, it, Aussies.

“With the addition of Berlin just a year after we successfully launched Athens, and then Honolulu, Scoot’s low-cost long-haul network continues to grow at a steady pace.”

Lee Lik Hsin, Scoot Chief Executive

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Image: FlyScoot/Twitter

Flights to Berlin are operated on the carrier’s 787 Dreamliner equipped with inflight Wi-Fi, in-seat power and inflight ScooTV entertainment. Guests can choose from either ScootBiz (Business Class) with 38” pitch, 30kg checked-in baggage, and meals and drinks included or Economy Class and ScootinSilence (Economy quiet zone) with seat pitches ranging from 31” up to 35”.

 

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Would you fly Scoot to Europe?