Aviation

How to save big bucks on your next flight

Want an international getaway that won’t cost you the earth? Yeah, don’t we all. But wait, hang on – what’s this deal?!

Scoot is renowned for having one heck of a global network and some of the best airfares going around. So we lined up some of their hottest destinations and a secret agent-exclusive code to get them even cheaper.

We managed to talk this badass LCC (fine, they offered) into giving away some badass agent discounts. Now that’s a weekend celebration if we ever saw one!

So get ready, prep the clients, pack the bags, and say hello to some of these amazing destinations that Scoot flies to on the regular:

1. Qingdao, China

The Night View of Qingdao China

2. Bangkok, Thailand

Cooking food in the street Chinatown Bangkok Thailand

3. Tokyo, Japan

Sunset at Shinjuku

4. Singapore

Singapore City Skyline at Sunset

5. Chennai, India

spice market

6. Athens, Greece

Acropolis II

7. Honolulu, Hawaii

Tourists Swimming, Sunbathing on Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii.

8. Taipei, Taiwan

Raohe Street Night Market in Taipei - Taiwan.

9. Hong Kong

Classic sailboat in Hong Kong harbor

10. Seoul, South Korea

Sunset at Seoul City Skyline,South Korea.

All you have to snag these specials is visit Scoot and log in on the agent portal, Sky Agent.

This uber simple agent website literally replicates the customer-facing website, so it’s idiot proof and a piece of cake to book on.

Once you’ve signed up to this system (two mins tops) you can book away.

To celebrate travel agents just being awesome, Scoot is extending its Bare it to Win it promo code to travel agents booking OXN flights originating from Sydney, Melbourne, Gold Coast or Perth from the 7th to 20th of November, for travel until 24 May 2018.

Enter BARE2WIN and save $30 off O,X and N fares when booking via SkyAgent.

Yep, it’s that easy. So get shopping!

SEE WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

  • Maxwell Smart

    the sky agent link just takes you to a log in page ??????

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