Scoot airlines unveil flights to Greece from Australia for just $355

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Thanks to Scoot’s March sale, you can turn your dream of a Greek getaway into reality for just $355 one-way, plus taxes and baggage fees (and any add-ons).

Until 25 March 2024 (11:59pm), keen travellers can nab Athens flights from Sydney for just $405, from Melbourne for $395 and from Perth for $355.

The documentary is planned to be filmed in 2024 sharing stories of people who migrated from the Greek island of Kythera to Australia during the 20th and early 21st century.
Scoot has unveiled cheap flights to Greece.

A subsidiary of Singapore Airlines (SIA), Scoot is also offering rock-bottom prices for flights to a range of other popular destinations including Singapore, Osaka, Bangkok and Denpasar.

Travel periods include 20 April to 30 May 2024, 16 July to 12 September 2024, 1 October 2024 to 14 November 2024 and 15 January to 20 March 2025. 

Extra blackout periods may apply over school holidays and event periods.

For more information on the Scoot sales, click here.  

Source: karryon.com.au.

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