Scoot, the low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airways (SIA), has introduced its first UK route.
The provider is ready to supply the one low-cost continuous service between Gatwick and Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok.
The transfer comes scorching on the heels of the borders reopening between the UK and Thailand, with no quarantine required at both finish for vaccinated travellers.
The brand new service will start with flights from December sixteenth.
This shall be adopted by three-time weekly scheduled seasonal providers from March, with an extra evaluation and potential improve in frequency primarily based on demand and regulatory approval.
All providers shall be operated by Scoot’s widebody Boeing 787 Dreamliners providing each financial system and ScootPlus cabins, sporting options corresponding to inflight Wi-Fi.
Campbell Wilson, Scoot chief govt, mentioned: “The progressive rest of border restrictions presents new alternatives for airways and travellers alike.
“Scoot is worked up so as to add flights between London Gatwick and Bangkok to our community, providing our distinctive mixture of nice worth and nice expertise with a contact of Scootitude.”
With the addition of London, Scoot will serve over 30 locations in December because it progressively builds again to its pre-Covid-19 protection of 68 cities.