Cheap flights to Athens in huge Scoot airlines sale


One of the world’s biggest low-cost airlines, Scoot has offered some of the cheapest flights to Athens, Greece ever seen in Australia.

Scoot’s Mid-Year sale will see Melburnians whisked away to Athens for just $395 ($399 from Perth, and $405 from Sydney).

There are also bargain flights to Japan, Bali, Korea and more.

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You can travel to Greece for cheap with Scoot’s new sale.

There is a catch though. The Scoot airfare essentially provides you with a seat only, so for travellers looking for added comfort, more baggage allowance or priority booking, you’ll have to pay extra.

ScootPlus tickets to popular destinations are also on sale. So for Athens, fares are from $830 out of Sydney, or $820 from Melbourne and $929 from Perth.

The budget airline said more than 40,000 promotional seats are now on sale across Australia. The travel period includes 11 July 2024 – 14 September 2024, 1 October 2024 until 26 Nov 2024. For next year, periods include 16 January 2025 until 2 Apr 2025 and 22 Apr 2025 – 30 May 2025.

The Scoot sale is on now and ends Monday, July 8, or until seats sell out – whichever comes first!





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