Athens Return from $640 Sydney / $668 Melbourne / $648 Gold Coast / $697 Perth Flying Scoot @ Flight Scout

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Just scouted some sale fares to Athens flying Scoot during Euro summer from $640 return. These are some of the cheapest fares to Europe to be found, perfect for those who love to travel light.

All prices quoted are for return fares and include taxes. Luggage and meals are usually extra with Scoot.

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Sydney to Athens

12 Jun 2019 - 04 Jul 2019 - $640
24 Jul 2019 - 23 Aug 2019 - $668

Melbourne to Athens

24 Jul 2019 - 18 Aug 2019 - $668
08 Jul 2019 - 18 Aug 2019 - $722

Gold Coast to Athens

24 Jul 2019 - 24 Aug 2019 - $648

Perth to Athens

17 Jul 2019 - 30 Aug 2019 - $697
09 Aug 2019 - 25 Aug 2019 - $727

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    $200 extra for luggage lmao

    Any deals for one way PER to LHR in August?

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      At the moment we don’t do 1 way flight deals. Do you not want a return flight?

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        No, I plan on doing PER -> LHR and then ATH -> PER. It's how we planned our trip out :/

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          Might want to look at an open-jaw ticket rather than two one-way tickets

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            @dane45: Open-jaw? I've never seen that offered on any airline website. Is there another name for it?

            Edit: Same as multi city booking. I assume this would just give me the same price as ywo one ways, no?

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              @nurries: Yeah, you'll select the "Multi-city" option.

              You'll often find that it will be closer to the price of a return than two one-way flights, but of course this is all subject to availability of the fares on the day. Try it out on skyscanner, you might be surprised!

      • +1 vote

        Yes, with banks and MHR debacle and government putting backdoors on phones, I only want one way flight πŸ‘Œ

    • +2 votes

      Being able to itemise luggage is awesome isn't it. Every other airline you have to pay whether you want it or not. I find 10kg carry-on is about right for a month's stay.

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        7kg, no?

        • +2 votes

          I didn't look TBH. It was 10kg when I went to Singapore last year.

          • +3 votes

            @soothslayer: The booking doesn't seem to specify but it redirects to Scoot's website which says 10kg:

            "Economy: Each guest occupying their own seat is permitted to carry up to 10kg of cabin baggage on board, limited to a maximum of two (2) pieces, including a laptop, briefcase or handbag. Each cabin baggage cannot exceed dimensions of 54cm x 38cm x 23cm (total linear dimensions 115cm)."

    • +6 votes

      Who needs baggage going to Greece? Swim suit, shorts and a few t-shirts should fit into a 30l duffle bag.

    • +1 vote

      you don't need to bring clothes though. just buy a few singlets when you get there since its warm

  • +1 vote

    It's a great deal what's the latest dates I can get I really hate the heat so want to go October

  • +5 votes

    Opa!

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    Damn, I need to fly late August returning late Sept.

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    So close, got anything in mid to late may? Just need to get to France for a wedding haha.

  • +3 votes

    Are you contractually obliged to scout flights instead of, you know, find, search for, source, locate, -insert verb here- flights?

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    Good price, but terrible dates…..peak season for crowds and stinking hot.

    I was in Athens in late May last year, the sun was already searing.

    • +3 votes

      Something something unaustralian

    • +1 vote

      If only there were boats that could ferry you to idealic islands…

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        The islands are the last place you'd want to be during this time.

        • +2 votes

          We went in september last year. would happily go again.

          Nothing wrong with the islands during peak season, just avoid the tourist traps. They arent true greece anyway. Mykonos, Santorini, been once, never again. expensive & over crowded.

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            @Extreme: We did Santorini and Paros last year as part of a larger trip around europe.

            Any suggestions of which islands to go to next? Something a little touristy than Santorini. Paros was pretty nice.

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              @Malarkey: Did you want touristy or not? Not touristy would be islands like Andros, Tinos and Naxos. Fairly large islands so you'll need a car or bike.

            • +1 vote

              @Malarkey: Check out the Ionian Islands (Zakynthos, Kefalonia, Lefkada, Corfu) - they have some of the most famous beaches in the world including Shipwreck Beach, Myrtos Beach, Egremni Beach, Porto Katsiki.

              or Crete is another amazing island

              I've heard Rhodes is nice too

              Folegandros instead of Santorini

              • +1 vote

                @JHoliday: I think you missed out the two best islands in the Ionian region, Paxi and Ithaki ;-)

                BTW: Lefkada is a dump, and Porto Katsiki is too small, crowed and dirty. Oh, and too windy. But good if you wind surf. Maybe acceptable if you are English and want to get wasted each night. Lefkada….technically an island but it feels more like a peninsula

                Rhodes is now very popular with international tourists as they have direct flight from the UK and Germany. Anyone considering Rhodes should at least spend a night or two in Symi just to get a way from the crowds.

                Folegandros seems to be promoting itself as Santorini v2 (as it was in ~10 years ago, i.e. less tourists), but it's no Santorini, it missing the nightlife, the depth in restaurants and hotels/resorts and the overall feel. But it's a little overpriced for what you get. There is no bus service like Santorini, so you need a car. You also need a boats to take you to nice beaches (which are worth it). But I do think the sunset at the Church of Panagia (that church high up from the Chora which you see in a lot of Folegandros pics) is better then the one at Oia and Thira (in Santorini)

                Crete is also amazing, but you need a car and a few weeks. Just be careful the beaches on the south side are very very cold, even in summer.

                TBH: In the last 10 years or so I'll probably spent a total of 1 year on the islands and these days I find it so difficult to recommend islands as it depends on so many variables in the traveller. It's only now that I'm stating to go back to islands that I went in 07/08 and its a massive shock on how so many islands have developed. Santonini is an example. I remember it was quiet walks, locals and tourists think honeymoons; now its package tourist, tour guides everywhere and Oia feels like you're in a sardine can. But it's still very pretty.

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              @Malarkey: Maybe best to research this yourself or at least provide some background. Do you like nature, parties, is car hire possible, travelling with a family, couple, young family, etc.

              You have to weigh up the effort of hopping between islands. For Example, you can't say you want to do Paxi and Symi because they are complexity at opposite ends of the map and difficult to without wasting time with overnight stays.

              The Cyclades are pretty nice generally, but you are best to research this against what you want in an island.

    • +2 votes

      Dates are perfect for getting a flight from Athens to Berlin and attending Wacken Music Festival. As long as you can get tickets.

      • +1 vote

        Ah a metalhead around here :)

        I did Wacken in 05' & '06!

        Must be massive now as every year it sells out in about 3 days!!

        • +1 vote

          We went in 2013 for our Honeymoon. Was an awesome experience and would love to go back. Didn't sell out that year until after the second announcement when Rammstein were added. Took 3 hours to get online when tickets were released though as it crashed the sales page.

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    I once flew SIN to SYD on Scoot and the flight was unbearable. I can't imagine flying this airline for 13 hours

    • +5 votes

      They've since replaced the mirrors with seatback screens. Next flight wont be quite so traumatic for you :P

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      My guess would be unbearable.

      • +3 votes

        Flew in scoot in silence class, 2 rows of people who want to sleep. Perfectly bearable for 7 hours.

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          True? I'd rather have silence than food, drink and on board entertainment, especially if you can get an empty row.

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      I've flown with the whole family from Melbourne to Singapore return and both ways were fantastic.

      AirAsia on the other hand separated my partner, my kids and I into different parts of the plane on an overnight flight. Yeah, just put my young kid alone next to that creepy gross stranger all night, sure. (we made arrangements with people around us to seat the family together fortunately)

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        Could've used the grease from that stranger to make some free food. And you call yourself an Ozbargainer?

  • -1 vote

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  • -2 votes

    How is the food there?

  • +1 vote

    It will be a big chellange to fly 13 hours on scoot.

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    Flew scoot to Singapore. It was unbearable. Never again.

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    Does anyone else find the UI of Flightscoot awful?

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    I'm a Scoot regular. Carry on is 7kg small luggage and if you bring a laptop is 3kg extra making it 10kg.

  • +1 vote

    $282 for luggage, holy!

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    Who is worse between Scoot and Air Asia? Their prices are comparable but it seems Air Asia includes much more in their flight i.e. full service.

  • +1 vote

    How is it that bravofly can sell the tickets $300 cheaper than scoot? Generally I book via an agent or direct with the airline, anyone have experiences they are happy to share regarding booking tickets with some of the websites advertised via sky scanner?

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