Scoot to operate three flights to Singapore

Singaporean low-cost airline Scoot is launching three flights to Singapore from Macau this month, providing another option for local residents who are looking for flights out of Macau.
According to its flight schedules for April, the airline will operate flights from Singapore to Macau and Macau to Singapore on April 20, 24 and 27.
The flights are scheduled to depart the SAR at 5:55 p.m. and will arrive Singapore at 9:55 p.m.
A one-way ticket from Macau to the destination costs some HKD968.
Singapore has lifted border restrictions with Australia, Brunei, mainland China, New Zealand and Taiwan. According to the Changi Aiport Group, passengers from these places can proceed on their own to the Departure Transit Area to wait for their next flight.
Scoot, meanwhile, said in a statement that the airline “continues to resume services and restore its network in the coming months in a safe and calibrated manner.”
“This is partly driven by moves to ease restrictions on both transit and inbound passengers in a safe and gradual manner, helping to support an increase in travel demand. […] Capacity increases are also underpinned by continued strong demand for air cargo around the world, with freight space remaining constrained compared to pre-Covid-19 levels,” the airline, which is a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, stated. LV

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