Scoot is a low-cost, long-haul airline based in Singapore and belonging to parent company, Singapore Airlines. Having launched flights in 2012, Scoot offered medium and long-haul routes to China and Australia from Singapore. The Scoot head office is based in Singapore at Terminal 1 in the Singapore Changi Airport. The airline originally operated Boeing 777 aircraft but in 2015 Scoot began the transition to a Boeing 787 aircraft fleet. The airline now offers low-cost flights to Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, China, Taiwan and Thailand. There are a number of baggage and dangerous goods restrictions in place on Scoot flights.
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All guests travelling on the Scoot network are permitted to take up to 10kg in total of carry-on baggage that does not exceed the dimensions of 54cm x 38cm x 23cm (total linear dimensions 115cm). Carry-on baggage may consist of -
|Airfare Name||Carry On||Checked Baggage Allowance|
|Fly||7kg (one piece) + 3kg laptop||No checked bag|
|FlyBag||7kg (one piece) + 3kg laptop||Max 20kg (no limit to no. pieces)|
|FlyBagEat||7kg (one piece) + 3kg laptop||Max 20kg (no limit to no. pieces)|
|ScootBiz||30kg (up to 2 pieces)||Max 20kg (no limit to no. pieces)|
An extra 7kg of cabin baggage allowance can be pre-purchased in addition to the standard 10kg allowance.
Oversized baggage can be checked in, provided each piece does not exceed 32kg in weight and total linear dimensions of 158cm.