Three new flights from Singapore to get you planning your next trip

New flights out of Singapore are always good news and this latest batch of launches offers an exciting mix of destinations.

First up, Scoot has doubled their services between Singapore and Tokyo with the inauguration of their Singapore-Bangkok-Tokyo route on Jul 20. The daily flights complement the carrier’s existing daily link to Tokyo via Taipei. Return flights on the new route cost around $566 (excluding baggage); slightly more than the Taipei route.
There’s a good chance that Singapore is home to more Manchester United fans than Manchester itself, and they’ll soon have a direct route to Old Trafford. Singapore Airlines will fly non-stop to Manchester five times a week from Oct 30. The flights will then continue to Houston. With this new service, SIA’s Munich-Manchester and Moscow-Houston flights will be suspended on the same date. Existing direct services to Munich and Moscow are not affected, however. All-in sale fares are currently available from about $1,196 (book by Sep 30, 2016, travel by Jun 21, 2017).
Scoot will also get in on the action on Oct 30 as they add Dalian (via Qingdao) to their ever-growing list of destinations. Dalian is touted as China’s “Capital of Romance” and occupies a scenic spot on the southern coast of the Liaodong Peninsula. Part of a shuffle, this twice-weekly service replaces Scoot’s current Singapore-Qingdao-Shenyang flights. Shenyang will now be served by three direct flights a week. Return trips cost around $476 (excluding baggage).