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Singapore carrier plans to fly to Cambodia, Laos

Singapore carrier plans to fly to Cambodia, Laos

Singapore-based airline Scoot, a low-cost carrier, announced its intention to expand its services into Cambodia and Laos, according to a report in Thai newspaper the Nation.

Currently, Scoot has scheduled flight services to 65 destinations including Vietnam, Myanmar and Thailand.

The company said that it has plans to include flights to Cambodia and Laos over the next few years, depending on market demand. It is also looking to finalise potential new routes to Thailand by next year.

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