You Can Now Scoot to Jeju – Hawaii of the East

Have you ever wanted to go to Jeju Island? The island off the coast of South Korea often dubbed the ‘Hawaii of the East’ is a dream destination for many.

Jeju Island is open to all travellers. Fully vaccinated travellers can visit Jeju without quarantine. Testing requirements are still in place. All travellers must carry proof of a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test result for COVID-19 issued no more than 48 hours prior to departure.

Fly Direct to Jeju Island with Scoot

From 15 June onwards, you can now fly direct to Jeju Island with Scoot, the low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines. Yes, you read that right. It’s now easier than ever to get to Jeju Island – and at a fraction of the cost of flying to Haiwaii. Scoot is giving us more reasons to pack our luggage and escape the ordinary! Jeju will be Scoot’s second destination in South Korea, the first being Seoul.

There will be three direct flight services from Singapore to Jeju Island and they will be operated by Scoot’s Airbus A321neo aircraft, the newest aircraft type introduced to Scoot’s fleet in June 2021.


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The single-aisle aircraft featuring 236 seats has a longer range and sports premium black leather seats, amply sized overhead compartment bins, ambient lighting technologies that reduce jetlag, improved air quality, and reduced noise emissions. If you’re looking for an affordable and peaceful way to travel, go for ‘Scoot in Silence’ seating zone where no children aged under 12 are allowed and every seat features a little extra legroom and an adjustable headrest. Whether you’re looking to get some work done or just want to relax in peace, this is the perfect option.

Safe, Reliable, Contemporary Travel Experience with Scoot

Scoot Airlines is one of the leading low-cost airlines in Southeast Asia. It has a fleet of over 20 aircraft and has been awarded the Diamond status in the APEX Health Safety powered by SimpliFlying global audit of airlines, becoming the first low-cost carrier (LCC) in the world to be accorded this highest attainable standard.

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