Easyjet is adding services from Singapore Airlines (SIA) and its low-cost subsidiary Scoot to its ‘Worldwide by Easyjet’ connections service.
Under the partnership, Easyjet passengers will be able to connect with SIA long-haul South East Asia flights via Milan Malpensa airport, as well as with Scoot services through Berlin Tegel.
The service is expected to become available within the coming months.
Worldwide by Easyjet was launched last year as a way for the low-cost carrier to provide connections to destinations not included in its own route network. Current partner airlines include Thomas Cook, Norwegian, Westjet, Loganair, La Compagnie, Corsair, Neos and Aurigny.
Johan Lundgren, CEO of Easyjet, said: “We are delighted to welcome Singapore Airlines and Scoot as the newest airline partners to join Worldwide by Easyjet and provide even more choice for our customers by adding new destinations and the first full-service airline to our Worldwide platform.”