The airline operates flights on the route on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. In the period from 20 to 29 October the Dreamliners with their distinctive yellow livery will take off from BER at 11.20 am each day. Arrival in Singapore is at 05.40 am the following day. Aircraft operating in the opposite direction take off at 01.40 am with arrival in BER at 08.45 am.
Flight times will change with the start of the winter flights schedule. From 01 November, the schedule will be as below:
Berlin - Singapore (TR735), Departure 10.45 am, Arrival 05.45 am (following day)
Singapore – Berlin (TR734), Departure 01.40 am, Arrival 07.50 am
BER - Athens – Singapore flights, which commended in August, complement the non-stop connection. The airlines operates on this route each Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. These flights are not subject to the VLT regulation. Singapore is thus currently served daily with flights from BER.
The ‘Vaccinated Travel Lane’ enables vaccinated adults and adolescents as well as accompanied children aged between two and 12 to enter Singapore on designated VLT flights (in this case the non-stop BER-SIN connection) with a PCR test but with no quarantine restrictions. Detailed information regarding the applicable VLT regulations can be found here:
Passengers with existing bookings for Scoot flights via Athens and who meet the VTL criteria can rebook once onto the non-stop Berlin – Singapore route.
To ensure guests on-board fly safely with Scoot, the airline has introduced comprehensive health and safety measures at all touchpoints from pre-flight preparation and check-in though to boarding, and during the entire flight of course. To minimise the risk of infection, the airline applies enhanced cleaning and social distancing, offers digitalised service procedures (e.g. via Scoot’s in-flight portal ScootHub), reduces contact at the airport through optimised processes and regularly monitors the health of its crew. In February 2021, Scoot became the first low-cost carrier in the world to operate a flight with fully vaccinated cabin crew. You can find further information concerning Scoot’s health and safety online:
Scoot was the first low-cost carrier in the world to be awarded ‘Diamond Status’ for its comprehensive safety package in the global safety audit by ‘APEX Health Safety powered by SimpliFlying’. Singapore Airlines has also received the highest standard 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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