Scoot has launched non-stop flights between Singapore and Berlin four times a week.
The German capital is the low-cost airline's third long-haul destination after introducing Athens and Honolulu last year.
"Scoot’s low-cost long-haul network continues to grow at a steady pace," Scoot chief execiutive Lee Lik Hsin says.
"Vibrant, creative and steeped in history, we are confident that the city of Berlin will appeal to any market or demographic, and open a new and exciting part of the continent for travellers.”
Scoot says its extensive route network spans 65 destinations across 18 countries and territories.
Singapore to Berlin flights depart at 12.25am and arrive at 7.20am, while the Berlin to Singapore journey starts at 9.40am on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
To celebrate the new long-haul journey, Scoot is offering one-way flights from Singapore to Berlin until June 30 from about $240 in Economy Fly or $700 in ScootBiz for trips between September 10 and March 15.
- For more details: FlyScoot.com
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