Review of Scoot flight Bangkok Singapore in Economy

Airline Scoot
Flight TZ301
Class Economy
Seat 42H
Aircraft Boeing 777-200ER
Flight time 02:10
Take-off 19 Sep 14, 20:45
Arrival at 19 Sep 14, 23:55
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By 4907
Published on 16th November 2014
Hello to everyone and welcome to the last leg of my trip, flying on Singapore's newest budget carrier, Scoot. This FR will be rather short as this is a budget flight and there is not much to share about. Basically, we had cancelled our HKG-SIN sector on CX after last minute changes to go to Bangkok. Hence we decided to book this one-way flight back home, which was relatively inexpensive, about $120 with checked baggage of 25kg per person. This flight was full, which meant no chances of being able to occupy vacant seats.

1) 13 Sep 2014: CX736 SIN-HKG, B773, Economy
2) 16 Sep 2014: CX755 HKG-BKK, B777-300ER, Economy
3) 19 Sep 2014: TZ301 DMK-SIN, B772, Economy - YOU ARE HERE

Route: DMK-SIN
Depart: 20.45
Arrive: 23:55
Aircraft: B777-200ER (9V-0TD)

Arriving at Don Mueang International Airport, Bangkok
This is the former airport serving Bangkok before the current Suvarnabhumi Airport commenced operations. Currently DMK has mostly domestic flights, with only Air Asia and Scoot offering international flights within the region.
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Drop-off stands
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Check-in counter signs
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Boarding pass issued after check-in. Budget style pass.
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We decided to have our dinner at one of the two restaurants in the public area, this one is Silom Village, selling Thai Cuisine.
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View of the terminal from the restaurant which is one floor above
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Pineapple rice which was delicious.
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Thai Fish Cake, I did not like it much as it tasted rather bland.
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Don Mueang Airport celebrating 100th years of commercial operations (1914-2014).
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FIDS Display showing my flight, TZ301, departing from Gate 24
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Walking to Gate 24
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Nok Air advertisements within the walkways, Thailand's low cost domestic airline
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Seat pitch and contents
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Night view of Bangkok after takeoff
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Cabin deboarding upon arrival
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Scoot's seats
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Baggage reclaim completed in 10 mins
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Cabin crew4.0
Buy-on-board menu5.0

Bangkok - DMK


Singapore - SIN



Crew: Crew were average, giving passengers the ''Get the job done and over with'' attitude, not very friendly.
Seat: Pitch was acceptable for a short flight

I would fly Scoot again for the price paid and seat pitch compared to the other LCCs, Jetstar and Tiger, which utilises A320 compared to Scoot's 777

Bangkok Don Mueang Airport
Fast immigration at international counter as there are little international flights, quite a number of shops and eateries after clearing immigration

Singapore Changi Airport
As usual, clean and efficient. Cleared immigration with biometric passport instantly, baggage reclaim was fast and we were out within 20 mins.

Information on the route Bangkok (DMK) Singapore (SIN)

Les contributeurs de Flight-Report ont posté 8 avis concernant 3 compagnies sur la ligne Bangkok (DMK) → Singapore (SIN).


La compagnie qui obtient la meilleure moyenne est Thai Air Asia avec 6.9/10.

La durée moyenne des vols est de 2 heures et 20 minutes.

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  • Comment 122432 by
    padawan SILVER 1952 Comments
    Thank you for this report.
    I didn't know Scoot had also wide-body aircrafts. Seats config was 3-4-3 ?
    Nice pitch for a LCC !
    Did you have free food & drink as advertised ?
  • Comment 122466 by
    seahyile AUTHOR 8 Comments
    Thanks for reading. Yes the seat config was 3-4-3, sadly Scoot does not offer free food & drinks, only its partner Nok Air I guess. Everything is charged on Scoot, I remember a Coke costs $4 SGD.
  • Comment 122556 by
    tn92 174 Comments
    Thanks for the report! I've flown with Scoot quite a few times before and indeed, it's competitive prices and wide-body aircrafts make the whole LCC experience much more bearable than other competitors. I also find it interesting that the signs and FIDS in DMK calls TZ NokScoot - an airline that actually has not commenced operations! (Scheduled for a commencement in Q1 2015)
    Anyway, thanks for the report!

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