Scoot Takes Off For Seoul, Raises Frequency For Taipei

Singapore-based low cost carrier Scoot has launched flights to South Korea. The airline’s inaugural service to Seoul (Incheon) took off earlier this afternoon and will now operate 3 times a week via Taipei.


Flight TZ 206 takes off at 1335 hrs on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays from Changi International Airport, landing at 1815 hrs at Taoyuan International Airport before continuing at 1915 hrs to Seoul and touching down in the South Korean capital at 2235 hrs. The return flight, TZ 205, departs Incheon International Airport at 2345 hrs and arrives in Taipei at 0125 hrs the next day, taking off again at 0225 hrs for a 0645 hrs landing back at Changi International Airport.


Scoot will operate its Boeing 777-200ER jets on the route, configured with 32 Scootbiz and 370 Economy Class seats. With the new flights, Scoot also increases its frequency on the Singapore – Taipei (Taoyuan) route to 10 flights a week. The airline will now offer multiple departures, providing travellers flying between both cities with more choice and flexibility.


Seoul becomes the tenth destination for Scoot and its seventh in Northeast Asia, joining Nanjing, Qingdao, Shenyang, Taipei, Tianjin and Tokyo (Narita).


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