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Scoot boosts Thailand – Japan services

Singapore-based airline, Scoot, has introduced a daily flight to Tokyo, via Bangkok.

The route complements the airline’s existing daily service between Singapore and the Japanese capital via Taipei.

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Chief Commercial Officer, Leslie Thng, said the addition of the Bangkok route allows the airline to better serve “increasing demand for air travel between Thailand and Japan”

“At the same time, we are preparing for the launch of our three-times-weekly Singapore-Taipei-Sapporo services on October 1, which will bring our Japan network to three cities – Tokyo, Osaka and Sapporo.”

Scoot is the low-cost, medium haul offshoot of Singapore Airlines and boasts an entire fleet of 787 Dreamliners.

For details of the airline’s new Singapore – Bankok – Tokyo route, check FlyScoot.com.

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Ian Roberts is a veteran Australian journalist, PR man and writer/reviewer on accommodation and travel. Over many decades, Ian has travelled widely reporting and recording his experiences. His newsy columns - including Memorable Destination - have gained a big following among people seeking suggestions and objective information about accommodation, travel and destinations world-wide. Along with wife, Sue and her camera, Ian has taken up a particular challenge to help budget conscious seniors 50 and upward with travel and accommodation ideas - including suggestions for holding family reunions. Readers in Ian's home city of Newcastle Australia may also be aware of his travel and accommodation column in a local newspaper.

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