Little-known budget airline announces plans for £150 fares from UK to India

 The low-cost long-haul revolution is expected to touch down in India next year with no-frills carrier Scoot aiming to launch non-stop flights from Europe to cities including Mumbai and Delhi for around £150. 

The budget subsidiary of Singapore Airlines says it hopes to start flights between India and Europe using its so-called ‘fifth freedom’ privilege, which allows airlines to carry passengers between two foreign countries as a part of services that connect with their home country. 

A return trip to Europe would equate to just over £310Scoot’s proposed prices look even better value when you consider that they will include a 20kg checked bag and a meal. 

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