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Scoot TigerAir (TR)

 Free Cabin 7kg
 Check-in 120 min before
 Online Check-in
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Ipoh to Singapore
September 2017
US$ 40
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September 2017
US$ 34
Singapore to Macau
September 2017
US$ 84
Singapore to Phuket
September 2017
US$ 53
Singapore to Taipei
September 2017
US$ 77

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Baggage

Checked baggage

FlyBag / FlyBagEat
20kg allowance (available in purchase)

ScootBiz
30kg allowance (available in purchase)

Cabin baggage

Economy

Limited to 1 piece up to 10kg, or 2 pieces including a laptop or handbag with combined weight not exceeding 10kg.

ScootBiz

Limited to 2 pieces with combined weight not exceeding 15kg.

Regardless of class, cabin baggage cannot exceed dimensions of 54cm x 38cm x 23cm (total linear dimensions cannot exceed 115cm).

Extra Cabin Bag

Our Extra Cabin Bag option allows guests in Economy to purchase an extra 7kg cabin baggage allowance, in addition to the standard 10kg already provided!

Check-In

IMPORTANT

On 25 July 2017 Scoot and Tigerair become one

Flight Check-In before 25 July 2017
Check-in as per normal at the relevant Scoot or Tigerair counters. Web Check-in for eligible guests and flights may also be done at FlyScoot.com for both Scoot and Tigerair flights.

Flight Check-In on/after 25 July 2017
Look for the Scoot check-in counters at the airport. At Singapore Changi Airport, Scoot counters are located at rows 10, 11 and 12 in Terminal 2. Web Check-in for eligible guests and flights may be performed at FlyScoot.com.

Check-in will closed 60 minutes before departure time.

For Online Check-in Please click here

Call Centre

Singapore

Telephone Number: +65 3157 6434
Note: Please do not dial '6' in front of the number above - it does indeed start with a '3', so don't worry!
English and Mandarin support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.

Australia

Telephone Number: +61 2 9009 0860
English support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.

China

Telephone Number: +86 4006 428 268
English and Mandarin support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.

Greece

Telephone Number: +30 211 19 88 688
For Greek support, please dial +30 210 99 42 567
English support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.
Greek support is limited and available from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, Greece local time only.

Hong Kong

Telephone Number: +852 3018 6899
English and Cantonese support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.

India

Telephone Number: 000-800-852-1400
English support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.
Tamil support opens 9am to 9pm (India time), Monday to Sunday.

Indonesia

Telephone Number: +62 21 8063 0063
English support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.

Bahasa Indonesia support opens 9am to 9pm (Indonesia time), Monday to Sunday.

Japan

Telephone Number: +81 3 4589 9464
English support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.
Japanese support opens 9am to 9pm (Tokyo time), Monday to Sunday.

Malaysia

Telephone Number: +60 32 630 8976
English support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.

Bahasa Melayu support opens 9am to 9pm (Malaysia time), Monday to Sunday.

Philippines

Telephone Number: +63 2 798 4499
English support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.

Saudi Arabia

Telephone Number: +800 885 2700
English support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.

South Korea

Telephone Number: +82 2348 35423
For calls within Korea, please dial 023 483 5423.
English support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.
Korean support opens 9am to 9pm (Seoul time), Monday to Sunday.

Taiwan

Telephone Number: +886 27741 7941
English and Mandarin support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.

Thailand

Telephone Number: +66 2021 0000
Thai support opens 6am to 12am (Bangkok time), Monday to Sunday.
Telephone Number: +001 800 852 7146
English support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.
Thai support opens 9am to 9pm (Bangkok time), Monday to Sunday.

Vietnam

Telephone Number: +180 09242
English support opens 24 hours, Monday to Sunday.
Vietnamese support opens 9am to 9pm (Vietnam time), Monday to Sunday.

Fare Rules

Fare Rules of Scoot

History

THE SCOOT COMPANY HISTORY

  • In May 2011, Singapore Airlines announced its intention to establish a low-cost subsidiary airline for medium and long-haul routes and announced Campbell Wilson as the founding CEO In July 2011.
  • On 1 November 2011, the airline was named as "Scoot".

  • In 2012, Scoot announced that its IATA code would change from OQ to TZ.

  • On 4 June 2012, Scoot began its first flight to Sydney Airport in Australia.

  • On 12 June 2012, Scoot started flying to Gold Coast, its second Australian destination.

  • On 24 October 2012, Scoot announced that its parent company Singapore Airlines will be transferring the 20 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners they had on order to Scoot to replace their current fleet of Boeing 777-200s and help with its ongoing expansion and future growth.

  • Scoot began to consider having a mixed fleet of Boeing 787s instead of it all being an all Boeing 787-9 fleet.

  • On October 26, 2012, Scoot announced that passengers can now purchase "Interline" tickets with Singapore's Tigerair.

  • On 31 January 2013, Scoot announced it would increase its fleet by taking delivery of a fifth Boeing 777-200 by the end of May or early June, to add two or three more routes to the network. This is an additional plane to what was initially announced during the launch of the airline. The airline has also introduced ScooTV streaming inflight entertainment for passengers and iPads for rent.

  • On 21 March 2013, Scoot would launch a thrice-weekly Singapore-Taipei-Seoul flight come 12 June 2013. The route offers the first low-cost flight between Singapore and Seoul, and as part of the launch campaign, Scoot is letting customers determine the launch fares through a social media campaign.The next day, Scoot announced that the 20 Boeing 787 Dreamliners they have on order would be split between 10 Boeing 787-8s and 10 Boeing 787-9s.

  • In June 2013, Scoot started its Singapore-Taipei-Seoul flight.

  • On 15 November 2013, Scoot commenced its five-weekly flights from Singapore to Hong Kong, which would increase to daily services in December 2013. Later that year in December, Scoot commenced its five-weekly flights from Singapore to Perth.

  • In September 2014, Scoot announced the introduction of the 787-9s in Sydney, Perth and Hong Kong from 29 March 2015.

  • On 9 December 2014, Scoot announced that it will launch services from Singapore to Melbourne from 1 November 2015 using Boeing 787 aircraft.

  • On 16 December 2014, Scoot announced its new long haul carrier in Thailand, NokScoot, a joint venture between Scoot and Nok Air. The new airline started commercial flights from Bangkok's Don Mueang airport in the second half of 2014. Nok Air owns 51% of NokScoot while Scoot will own the remaining 49%.

  • On 2 February 2015, Scoot took delivery of its first of 10 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners the airline has on order. The aircraft entered service on 5 February 2015 and was deployed on the Singapore - Perth route. It then was operated on the Singapore - Hong Kong route the next day. As Scoot continues to take deliveries of the Boeing 787, the airline expects to phase out all six of its aging Boeing 777 aircraft acquired from parent company Singapore Airlines. Scoot will then begin to transition to operating an all Boeing 787 fleet - the first in the world. Once the transition is complete, Scoot will operate a total of 20 Boeing 787 Dreamliners.

  • On 25th July 2017, Tigerair was officially merged into Scoot, using Tigerair AOC, but retaining Scoot brand. With the change of AOC, the IATA code was changed from TZ to TR

Ref: Wikipedia and Scoot

Company Profile

Scoot Company Profile

Scoot is a budget airline of the Singapore Airlines Group and currently operates to more than 20 destinations across Asia and Australia. Its positioning as a medium-to-long haul low-cost carrier gives it a unique appeal amongst leisure travellers. As the first carrier in the world to operate an all-Boeing 787 Dreamliner fleet, Scoot offers onboard comforts and features similar to those provided by some full-service carriers.

Scoot announced to the world publicly on November 1st 2011. Scoot operates 23 Airbus 320s and 14 Boeing 787 Dreamliners. Scoot is also Asia/Pacific's Best Low Cost Airline for 2015. On 25 July 2017, Scoot and Tigerair to Operate Under Scoot Brand from 25 July 2017. Consequently, the flight designator code for Scoot flights will be changed from the current TZ to TR, the code currently used for Tigerair flights

Terminal

All Scoot and Tigerair flights operate from Terminal 2 and have check-in counters at Rows 10-12. If you are connecting to other airlines, note that Changi Airport has 3 terminals and that it takes at least 10mins to travel between them. Find out which terminal your airline is operating from here

Term and Condition

Scoot Terms and Conditions