The carrier already operates flights on its Athens-Berlin route three times a week, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 9.30am. A fourth flight will be added on Sundays starting October 17.
Likewise, Scoot will add a fourth flight to its Athens-Singapore route on Sundays from October 17. It already conducts three weekly flights between Athens and Singapore on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 5.55pm.
All flights are conducted with a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft.
From Singapore travelers have access to a number of popular destinations including China, Japan, Australia, Vietnam, South Korea and Taiwan.
“Thanks to Scoot, passengers from Athens have the opportunity to travel to destinations that offer unique experiences in Europe and Asia, at low fares,” said Takis Dimitriou, head of Asian Aviation, the general sales agent of Scoot and Singapore Airlines in Greece and Cyprus.
Aiming to protect the health of its passengers and staff, Scoot implements strict measures against Covid-19, before, during and after the flight.
Furthermore, Scoot’s cabin crew is fully vaccinated and each member wears personal protective equipment (PPE). The crew also avoids any unnecessary interaction with passengers.