Scoot is providing a safe travel pathway to support passengers who need to travel both in and out of Australia via Scoot’s three-times-weekly Perth – Singapore service.
Scoot’s Perth – Singapore services is support travellers repatriating to and from Australia.
This service is part of an arrangement where Scoot, Singapore Airlines (SIA) and SilkAir customers can travel from 19 select points to any destination
in the SIA Group network via transit through Singapore Changi Airport.
Other approved Australian points, operated by SIA, include Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney.
Passengers may transit through Perth from other states and territories within Australia if they meet conditions and regulations. For passengers entering Perth from Singapore, quarantine measures will still apply upon arrival.
Passengers who need to travel, including those returning to their home countries, or those returning home to Australia, can only make outbound journeys from the approved points.
Cities approved for SIA, SilkAir and Scoot transit flights through Singapore:
- Australia – Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney
- China – Chongqing, Guangzhou, Shanghai
- Denmark – Copenhagen
- Germany – Frankfurt
- Hong Kong SAR – China Hong Kong
- Japan – Osaka, Tokyo (Narita)
- New Zealand – Auckland, Christchurch
- South Korea – Seoul
- Taiwan, China – Taipei
- The Netherlands – Amsterdam
- The United Kingdom – London (Heathrow)
Return flights, which transit through Singapore, to any of the approved points are only possible if passengers are travelling from one of the approved cities to another (e.g. Perth – Singapore – Guangzhou or Guangzhou – Singapore – Perth).
Passengers should ensure their flights are booked in a single booking, and they must meet all departing and arriving government requirements and restrictions.
Scoot has put in place extensive measures to ensure the health and safety of transit and non- transit passengers. In line with regulatory requirements, transit and non-transit passengers will be kept apart throughout their journey, they will be assigned seats for their flights when they check in, and they should remain within their designated zone in the aircraft. This is also
to facilitate contact tracing and safe distancing.
Upon arrival in Singapore, Scoot transit customers will be ushered to a designated transit holding area at Terminal 1 before boarding their connecting flight. If their transit time is less than 75 minutes, passengers will be ushered to their boarding gate. The Terminal 1 transit
holding area includes food kiosks, vending machines, restrooms, and complimentary Wi-Fi will be available. Aerotel Singapore, the transit hotel at Terminal 1, is also available for bookings.
Currently, Scoot is operating 3-times-weekly flights between Perth – Singapore.
Passengers can book with greater peace of mind if they do need to travel, with Scoot’s one-time free date change now extended to all new bookings made from now till 31 July 2020.
Scoot has also released its latest flight schedule for the month of July 2020.
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