Sydney to Berlin, Germany from $667.30 Return (Apr-May) @ FlyScoot

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Scoot's dramatic sale to Germany is on again! Prost!

It's possible to fly from Sydney to Berlin, Germany from $667.30 RETURN.

Scoot is a low cost carrier, but does allow 10kg cabin baggage (maximum 2 pieces including a laptop/handbag) in Economy. But food/drink is extra, as is checked luggage.

Example flight evidence: https://imgur.com/a/3wnXurB

Enjoy!


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    • +6 votes

      don't you mean the mexican beer virus?

    • +8 votes

      I agree, it's ridiculous they're still trying to promote travelling in this climate. I mean I don't agree with the bioweapon virus but yes, non essential travelling should be avoided.

      • +1 vote

        100%. Extremely irresponsible everyone involved.

        Every time I hear a person went out And about while waiting for their results, only for their results to come back positive, grinds my gears. Selfish and irresponsible.

        • +1 vote

          there was another forum I read on here about travelling plans and probably only 10% of people are looking to cancel or have cancelled. The trips involved Japan, Europe, America etc countries which have numbers much larger than ours but they all have the 'we'll be right' attitude. Honestly, sometimes I don't know how I'd live with myself if I still decided to go on holiday and indirectly or directly kill someone

          • +4 votes

            @bkhm: take precautions, use common sense, don't assume everyone you meet is infected, and if needed, quarantine yourself upon return.

            You should be ok. The death rate is low. Current average of 3.5%, but this varies from region to region.

            Wuhan had a death rate of 5.8%, however their hospitals were overloaded which explains the high death rate. Other parts of china had a death rate as low as 0.7%.

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            @bkhm: You can indirectly kill random people with influenza. So I guess you're never leaving the house ever again?

            • +3 votes

              @Bangbus: Jesus Christ not the flu argument again 🤦

            • +1 vote

              @Bangbus: Yeah, you can. But statistically you're likely to infect about 5x as many people, and those people are 30x more likely to die, so you're 150x deadlier. And then there's the people those infect, and so on. It's like the flu in that it makes you cough, but it's a very different virus.

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        OMGZ Panic!!!
        Most people with COVID19 seem to be recovering ok, so unless you're really old or have immunity issues there's no need to get hysterical.

        • +1 vote

          While that may be true, relatively healthy people can still transmit the virus to those more vulnerable people. It's a valid concern to limit the spread.

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            @rith: Same as Influenza. So what has changed?

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            @rith: It also true there's young outlier cases that require ICU to recover. In Italy they are making decisions on who gets a chance to survive (basically live or die) based on not having resources to treat everyone. The choice could be two 40 year olds, one with a family one without, who do you choose?.. Well sadly thats what happening now. :(

        • +2 votes

          Please remember there is an entire spectrum of responses. We shouldn't be careless about the virus, but caring doesn't automatically equate to panic and hysteria.

          Germany has rapidly risen over the past week or so to have the sixth highest number of cases outside of China, with no signs of slowing down, and there is talk of closing borders already. Not travelling there in April-May is probably quite a reasonable precaution.

        • +1 vote

          Tell the to the Italians with their collapsing medical system…

  • +2 votes

    Probably be bankrupt within a few months!! Watch these airlines break…

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      nope. every company will become a "too big to fail" like GM and JPMorgan and alot of other companies in 2008

    • +6 votes

      Scoot is owned by Singapore Airlines which is basically government owned.

      They will get bailed out without a doubt

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        There is a reason why large companies have low cost off shoots. One of them is that if they fail they don’t drag the mother company down. So yeah. Scoot can fail. And in the current climate, low margin airline like scoot will be under significant pressure.

  • +4 votes

    Someone really want the virus to spread.

  • +11 votes

    Hold out. There will be full service airlines at $700 soon

  • +2 votes

    If I was going to Berlin I wouldn't be intending to pack many clothes… wink

  • -1 vote

    SYDNEY TO CORONA VIRUS!

    • +17 votes

      According to government advice. Recreational travel to most countries is still fine. Stop fear mongering.

      • +2 votes

        i guarantee you economy weighs more than the risk of exposure in those bureaucrats' mind

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          The two are inseparable… If they dismiss concerns about spreading the virus for some short term cash then it will just hurt the economy even more…

          Not to mention that your premise makes no sense anyway. If that was the case, they would be encouraging Australians NOT to travel abroad - keeping the money in the country.

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        Government giving advice they should have given yesterday.

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        Oz gov is slow, stubborn and lack of experience to response to epidemic. Wait and witness my words here.

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    Thanks. Great deal.

  • +2 votes

    Germany has 73 new covid19 cases yesterday with 1224 covid19 conform cases. So if the flights are in April and May then get a good insurance cover 😅

    • +6 votes

      The population of Germany is over 83 000 000.

    • +6 votes

      No standard insurance policy will cover you for COVID. Good luck getting refunds from hotels and airlines when the insurer says 'lol, epidemic'.

      • -7 votes

        they wont cover you for maybe health and medical insurance but if the country is in lockdown then most insurance should be cover for refunds. Only guessing without any research 😂

        • +6 votes

          Most insurance policies have a clause for pandemics/epidemics.

          If the country was in lockdown, and it was reasonable to believe that coronavirus was the blame for the lockdown, the insurance company will not cover anything related to it.

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          It is the opposite. You are covered for medical cost but not for any cancellations/delays/lost opportunity etc.related to the virus outbreak

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    Is it corona free?

  • -3 votes

    Falls ich auch nur noch in die Nähe von Berlin kommen sollte, dann werde ich verhaftet. NIE. WIEDER. BERLIN.

  • +7 votes

    Amazing deal but the risk of travelling O/S atm is far too high

    I value my & my families health over money

  • +8 votes

    They just closed down Italy, you'd be stupid if you think Germany (now 1100 cases and counting) will be fine to travel next month. Also reminder that travel insurance will not cover you for anything related to COVID-19

    • -9 votes

      they closed down a few parts of Italy in the north. The rest is still open. That said, go at own risk if you're worried.

      • +6 votes

        You haven't read the news yet then, they just upgraded to total lock down for the whole nation.

        • -7 votes

          that's interesting. Smartraveler.gov still has most of the country at orange, which means you can still go there.

          Very fresh news. I apologize for not refreshing my italy news every few minutes.

    • +1 vote

      Hmm not technically true

      Legal advice published suggests travel insurance bought before Jan 23 when the outbreak became known, should be valid.

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      You're right, now 1307 cases. Because it's so widespread already, without doing the same as Italy is doing right now, it'll be at the same level as Italy (9172) in about a week or 2 time.

      So unless Scoot are offering a free date change facility I wouldn't touch this deal with a barge pole.

  • +2 votes

    No deal. The entire Italian country is locked down. For one month. Too risky to be booking tickets where you won't get any money back….

  • +3 votes

    The big problem is governments going into lockdown and imposing travel bans and quarantines. Then there's all the armchair panic merchants. My daughter is flying back to the UK today after four days in Rome. There's no UK government quarantine but her London employer is telling her she can't come back to work for 14 days. You might be able to fly to Berlin, but might not get home, or if you do, they might lock you up even if you don't have symptoms. The world is going nuts.

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      the way the AU government has handled returnees is to ask if you've been to high risk areas in the last 14 days. If so, self quarantine. If not, good to go.

      You can only be sent into mandated quarantine if you show visible symptoms.

      I would be very surprised if Germany went into lockdown. They have over 1000 cases, but S Korea has over 7000 and is not in lockdown. Citizens are free to leave, and visitors are free to enter unless they are from high risk countries.

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        The AU government has already locked up people on Christmas Island, and none of them had the disease or any symptoms. They've also told us they have, and will use, extraordinary powers to forcibly detain people in a "worst case scenario", which could mean anything. Trust politicians at your peril.

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          They will lock down Sydney at this rate. It is the gateway for Corona considering it is first port of call for all international airlines.

          Government is stupid believing people would self quarantine well. There is always a few bad actors.

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    Why fly Scoot when next week you'll be able to fly Lufthansa business class for this price…

    • +3 votes

      Why flying at all

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      is it a good idea for you to be promoting a competitor?

      • +1 vote

        Somehow I accidentally ticked the box to say I was associated… I'm not.

        On that note, that checkbox is really in a stupid spot - it should be right aligned at the base of the reply box, so that it doesn't get accidentally clicked. I mean, 99.9% of the comments here won't ever have a need for it.

  • +1 vote

    I have Asthma cough! You could imagine me traveling bahahaha
    I mean I could have some fun with it, or end up detained 🤣🤣🤣

    Where in Europe hasn't been hit? I desperately wanted a holiday this year. Lucky I didn't book a month ago, as we planned to be in Italy 10 days!

  • +6 votes

    About to risk everything for a cheap holiday

    • +1 vote

      Yeah would be really cheap with most of the attractions closed, guess you won’t be able to spend much of your money there either.

  • +2 votes

    China only has diagnosed 36 cases today. All from wuhan. So this is pretty much some 'left over' cases. Ironically China except wuhan is the safest place in the world now.

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      At the height of the epidemic they were seeing over 3000 new cases a day. Now under 40. In a few weeks, they will pretty much have rid themselves of the virus. Ironic that it's the ROW that are the ones who can't contain it even though China is the epicenter. There are tons of empty beds now.

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      you believe chinese reporting? lol.
      Their state run media or government never lie

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        I belive what i think can be belived. I belive the number is true now just like I dont belive the number at the beginning. The way that the western world look at china could be a big problem for the baytle. we ignore the precious experiance that china gain from losing 3000+ lifes, instead we chose to pay the same price to get the same experiance.

      • +1 vote

        it was confirmed by 13 WHO scientists who personally went there, saw it, and held a press conference describing what they saw. They were very impressed. They did not believe the reports China were providing until they saw it for themselves. Now most of the hospital beds are empty.

  • +4 votes

    $667.30? Any idea how many toilet rolls that is?

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