What is an interline journey?

An interline journey comprises at least two flights within an itinerary (taking you from your origin to your destination via a connecting point) that are operated by different carriers, but bought as a single booking with one fare.

If you are travelling on an interline journey with Scoot, you will have a layover and you'll fly on two different airlines, for example, on Scoot and on Tigerair. Each airline operates its flights separately. 

There is no through-checking of baggage for passengers and you will have to retrieve any checked baggage, re-check in for your onward flight and collect your onward boarding passes at the connecting airport, unless you have purchased Scoot-Thru, where available, or otherwise stated.


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