Scoot Reviews

Scoot Reviews

Scoot Reviews-Campbell Wilson
Campbell Wilson

The airline has a cynical attitude towards their customers. Maybe they are a new breath of aviation that will grow in a short period of time. With the company slogan of “Let’s Get Outta Here!” do they mean get off to a place or get away from them? Let’s pry further and see which of the two they might be pertaining to.

Scoot came from an intention by Singapore Airlines to start a low-cost subsidiary airline where they offer 40% cheaper tickets than regular airlines. In 2011, Mr. Campbell Wilson was appointed to be the founding CEO of the new low-cost airline and on November 1, 2011, “Scoot” started operations alongside the official website.

The Singapore-based low-cost airline is headquartered at Singapore Changi Airport with a fleet size of 9 consisting of 1 Boeing 777 and 1 Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Scoot is serving 15 destinations. Though the airline has only been in operation for 5 years, it already received awards from World Travel Awards with “Best Low-Cost Airlines in Australia/Pacific.”

Flying with Scoot

Scoot Reviews-cabinScoot has only one class of service where customers can enjoy an array of Singaporean dishes, Asian and other international cuisines, with refreshments, quality wines, or desserts like ice cream and savoury bite snacks. All of these are available from the Scoot Cafe menu.

Scoot calls their inflight entertainment buffet “Scoot TV,” which customers have to download on their personal devices such as mobile, tablet, or laptop. After a successful download, passengers have access to Hollywood, international, Asian, comedy, drama, kids’ TV shows, and movies.

Scoot has teamed up with KrisFlyer as their frequent flyer program. This program has the same benefits as other airline programs; travellers can earn miles every time they fly with Scoot. The pointing system of this service is called KrisFlyer, wherein customers can redeem the points to offset airfares, ancillary products, infant fees, and booking changing fees.

Official Website and Mobile App

To be honest, the layout of the official website reminds me of Spirit Airlines’ (American low-cost airline); I wonder if there is any connection between these two companies. Anyway, moving forward, with their website, travellers can book flights either one-way, roundtrip, or multi-city.page

The middle part of the page flashes images of their inflight services and right below that are promotions of packages, latest deals, and offers wherein the header of the site gives access to travel deals, airline policies, and travel information.

In case travellers want to change the language of the website, the language selector is located at the top right of the page and it’s interchangeable from English to Chinese, Japanese, Taiwanese, Korean, and Thai. Next to the language selector is the option to check-in online.
Scoot Reviews-mobile app
Scoot has a mobile app version of service for travellers who are more comfortable using their smartphones. With this Scoot Mobile app, travellers can book flights, manage their booking, receive notifications of the latest deals, and check-in online. The app is available for iOS and Android users.

Scoot Reviews of the Passengers

The Singaporean low-cost airline had garnered a total score of 6/10 from 243 Scoot reviews. Customers are really appreciative over the inflight service and their experience with Scoot. They didn’t even imagine that they’re flying with a budget airline because the treatment and the cabin look as luxurious as they say.

How To Reach Them?

  • logoWebsite URL:                  www.flyscoot.com
  • Contact number:             +65 6506 8823
  • Contact Email:                info@flyscoot.com
  • Head Office Address:     4 Airline Road, Changi Airport, Singapore, 819825, Singapore

Conclusion

Judging through other Scoot reviews, I thought that I should not think such a new low-cost airline would perform like other regular airlines. However, Scoot exceeded my expectations by ranking the 58th spot out of 100 in this year’s World Travel Awards. I guess the term “beginner” was never in their dictionary.

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  1. Flew Sydney to Singapore ScootBiz. Seats hard no recline and 100mls of tepid water free! Save your money! Food was disgraceful had to purchase everything and took 50mins to claim our luggage from the carrousel. Jetstar is first class compared to Scoot so stick to Aussie budget airlines.

     

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