Here’s the Winner of 10,000 Scoot Free Tickets from Indonesia


Scoot, a low-cost airline from Singapore announced the winners of 10,000 free air tickets from Indonesia from the ‘This Is How We Party’ program.

The program was held to celebrate Scoot’s 10th anniversary. This is Scoot’s largest airline ticket give away program, there are 10,000 free tickets to any destination across Scoot’s global network.

This free ticket distribution program starts in June 2022 which is drawn on certain flights and also through radio station programs. To date, Scoot has given tickets to 700 winners from Indonesia.

“Indonesia is an important market for us, and we are excited to show our appreciation to our customers who have supported us over the years by spreading the joy of celebrating our 10th anniversary with them. We are thrilled to be able to help them create the memorable adventure of a lifetime with us, “said Johanes Ong, General Manager of Scoot Indonesia, in his statement, Saturday (10/9/2022).

10 representatives of 700 winners from Indonesia were also invited to be part of the virtual prize giving ceremony.

One lucky winner even has another chance to win another free round trip ticket to any destination they choose within the Scoot network, as part of Scoot’s free ticket give away program.

One of the winners, Maria Indira from Surabaya said she was happy and grateful to have won not one, but two tickets from Scoot’s 10,000-free ticket distribution program.

“I’m happy. I can’t wait to use this ticket with my family to visit Berlin and see the Brandenburg gate!,” said Maria.

Winner of 10,000 Free TicketsWinner of 10,000 Free Tickets Photo: (doc. Scoot Airlines)

Scoot is a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines (SIA). A decade ago, Scoot started with just one aircraft with the maiden flight from Singapore to Sydney.

Today, Scoot has been serving Indonesia for more than 5 years, connecting travelers from Bali, Jakarta, Manado and Surabaya to key destinations such as Jeddah, Phuket and Seoul.

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