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Scoot bows out of Singapore – Gold Coast route after 11 years

Singapore will lose its decade-old direct link to the Gold Coast from mid-July, as Scoot axes non-stop flights to Queensland's tourist hotspot.

Singapore Airlines’ low-cost subsidiary Scoot has revealed that it is discontinuing non-stop flights between Changi Airport and Gold Coast in Australia from mid-July 2023, having launched the route as its second ever destination 11 years ago, back in June 2012.


The Gold Coast is a popular tourist destination on the Queensland coast, famous for its beaches, theme parks and nightlife, and apart from a two-year hiatus during COVID-19, Scoot has been flying to and from the city between three and five times per week for more than a decade using its wide-body aircraft.

News of this route’s withdrawal unfortunately means there will no longer be any direct link between Singapore and the Gold Coast.

11 years of Scoot&#