During the month of August, Singapore Airlines' budget subsidiary Scoot will resume flights to both Kuala Lumpur and Seoul.
According to its updated flights schedules listing, Scoot plans to start operating flights to Kuala Lumpur on August 7, while it will resume its flights to Seoul flights (via Taipei) on August 16.
Scoot currently operates non-stop flights to Taipei (TR996/TR997) which will not operate past August 9. Its flights to Taipei will be a part of the Singapore-Taipei-Seoul route the airline will operate on August 16.
In addition to its plans to resume flights to Kuala Lumpur and Seoul next month, Scoot will also make its return to Nanjing, China today (July 23).
The three additional destinations will boost the current network of Scoot to eleven destinations. Scoot currently operates flights to Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Ipoh, Kuching, Perth, Penang, and Taipei.
All other Scoot flights originally scheduled for the July and August will remain suspended, and the airline advises it will continue to adjust its schedules in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.