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Passagiere am Gate

With Scoot
to Singapore

Published: 10 August 2021, 03:00 PM

Scoot flies from BER

to Singapore

Welcome to BER! Scoot, the Singapore airline with the bright yellow branding, is back in the capital region and is now resuming the city’s connection with Asia. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner landed at Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt for the first time on 10 August. The low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines will now fly from BER to Singapore via Athens three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Scoot has gradually been returning to Europe since May, and is thus rebuilding its long-haul network. Non-stop flights between Central Europe and Southeast Asia from BER to Singapore are planned as part of the ongoing vaccination campaign.

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Flight schedule (local times)

Outbound flight

  • Departure Berlin-Brandenburg (BER): 12.50 
  • Arrival Athens (ATH): 16.50
  • Departure Athens (ATH): 18.30
  • Arrival Singapore (SIN): 10.30 the following day

Return flight

  • Departure Singapore (SIN): 01.10 
  • Arrival Athens (ATH): 07.50
  • Departure Athens (ATH): 09.50 
  • Arrival Berlin-Brandenburg (BER): 11.50 

Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Scoot will operate its Boeing 787 Dreamliner wide-bodied fleet for its flights between Europe and Asia. On board thus ultra-modern aircraft, passengers can expect a spacious cabin with ample storage space and large windows, as well as services such as on-demand inflight WiFi and in-seat charging points.

Comprehensive health and safety measures

To ensure passengers can fly safely with Scoot, the airline has introduced comprehensive health and safety measures across all touchpoints from pre-flight preparation and check-in to boarding, as well as throughout the entire flight of course. To minimise the risk of infection, the airline is implementing enhanced cleaning and social distancing, offering digital service processes (e.g. via Scoot’s inflight portal ScootHub), reducing contact at the airport through optimised processes, and carrying out regular health checks for its crews. In February 2021,  Scoot became the world’s first low-cost carrier to operate a flight with fully vaccinated cabin crew. You can find further information regarding Scoot’s health and safety measures online:

Scoot Safe Travels

Scoot is also the world’s first low-cost carrier to be awarded the ‘Diamond Status’ for its comprehensive package of safety measures in the global safety audit conducted by ‘APEX Health Safety powered by SimpliFlying’. Singapore Airlines has also received the highest seal in this safety assessment. In addition, Scoot was awarded a full seven stars by Airline Ratings for its safety measures and compliance with Covid-19 protection standards.

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