Starting June 3, Singaporean low cost carrier Scoot will fly to Nanjing three times a week.
The service – between Singapore Changi Airport and Nanjing Lukou International Airport – will depart on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The outgoing flight from Singapore will depart at 1045, for a 1550 touch down in Nanjing. The return leg will leave the Chinese city at 1700 to arrive back in the Lion City at 2200.
The carrier is offering promotional fares starting at S$98 (US$79) in economy and S$248 (US$200) in ScootBiz to celebrate the route launch.
For more on the boom of low-cost carriers in Asia, see "In for the long haul" – the second part of a series on the topic in this month's Business Traveller Asia Pacific. Subscribers can view the story online here. The first article in the series, which appeared in the March issue, is open to all and can be viewed here.