Scoot, the low-cost subsidiary of SGX-listed Singapore Airlines (SIA), has reinstated flights to the remaining destinations in Japan it used to fly to before the pandemic.
The low-cost carrier launched the sale of flights between Singapore and Hokkaido for travel from November on Aug 16. Scoot will also be mounting seasonal non-stop Singapore-Hokkaido flights in November – February 2023, on top of the year-round flights to Hokkaido via Taipei to cater to demand during the winter period.
From November, Scoot will fly to Hokkaido daily from Singapore and Tokyo. The airline will also fly to Osaka four times a week from September and daily from November.