SINGAPORE - Low-cost long haul airline Scoot welcomed its first millionth guest on board its Sydney-bound flight on Thursday morning, just a few days ahead of its first anniversary celebrations on June 4.
In conjunction with the celebrations, Scoot announced that it is slashing prices off selected airfares from 9am today (Singapore time) till 11.59pm on Monday, June 3.
Travellers from Singapore can fly to Taipei, Tianjin and Nanjing from S$148 or to Sydney and Gold Coast from S$188.
Ms Melissa Cham was the lucky 1,000,000th passenger who was instantly upgraded to ScootBiz and also walked away with another pair of ScootBiz tickets, as well as a three-night accommodation voucher at the Mercure Sydney Hotel with breakfast for two and an AUD100 dining voucher at The Waterfront Restaurant compliments of Destination NSW.
The airline's CEO, Mr Campbell Wilson, expressed his gratitude to the guests for their support. "Reaching a million guests in less than a year of operation, with just four aircraft operating medium-haul flights, is a great milestone for Scoot", he said.
Flights from Gold Coast to Singapore are now going for a promotional price of AUD179; from Sydney, flights costs as low as AUD 199.
More promotional fares are available on www.flyscoot.com.