How a 24-year-old budget traveler flew from Australia to Europe for just $300 WITHOUT points or freebies: “Everyone should know”

  • Luke Callaghan from the Gold Coast dared to travel to Berlin without food or a bag
  • 24-year-old graduate paid just $300 to drive nearly 16,000km in 24 hours
  • He said he downloaded movies on his phone for the flight because there was no in-flight entertainment

An Australian travel blogger has revealed how he managed to fly to Europe for just $300.

Luke Callaghan, 24, from Gold Coastdared to travel without food or a bag to fly 15,741 km Berlin for the place of the European sun.

Video sharing for him Tiktok page, the graduate showed how he flew with Gold Coat to Singapore and then Singapore to Berlin at a fraction of the normal price.

“No bag, no food, no worries!! Aboard a Scoots 787 Dreamliner from Australia to Europe,” he wrote.

The budget airline doesn’t provide in-flight entertainment, so Luke said he downloaded movies on his phone for the 24-hour journey.

He also said he could have taken snacks on board as Scoot charged for extra food.

Unlike most long-haul airlines, Scoot, which recently celebrated its 10th anniversary, does not provide free baggage or meals.

Sharing a video on his Tiktok page, the graduate recounted how he flew from Gold Coat to Singapore and then from Singapore to Berlin at a fraction of the normal price.

Luke Callaghan, 24, from the Gold Coast braved the journey without food or a bag to fly to Berlin to find a sunny spot in Europe. Sharing a video on his Tiktok page, the graduate recounted how he flew from Gold Coat to Singapore and then from Singapore to Berlin at a fraction of the normal price.

A 20-kilogram bag costs around $78 per check-in – although prices vary from flight to flight.

A bag and food, drinks and snacks are around $96.

There is also an option for the Scoot Plus, which gives customers a wider leather seat with double the legroom.

The budget airline doesn't provide in-flight entertainment, so Luke said he downloaded movies on his phone for the 24-hour journey.

The budget airline doesn’t provide in-flight entertainment, so Luke said he downloaded movies on his phone for the 24-hour journey.

Scoot Plus customers are also given 30kg of baggage, two carry-on spaces of up to 15kg and meals that they can pre-order online.

They are also given 30MB Wi-Fi and an in-seat power outlet.

While Luke, who went on a summer adventure in Europe, flew in from the Gold Coast, Scoot operates from many Australian airports, including Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide.

Scoot has been providing cheap flights from Australia to Asia for 10 years, but has recently expanded and now flies to Athens and Berlin, meaning Aussie holidaymakers can travel to Europe at a fraction of the cost of traditional airlines.

Scoot has been providing cheap flights from Australia to Asia for 10 years, but has recently expanded and now flies to Athens and Berlin, meaning Aussie holidaymakers can travel to Europe at a fraction of the cost of traditional airlines.

Scoot has been providing cheap flights from Australia to Asia for 10 years, but has recently expanded and now flies to Athens and Berlin, meaning Aussie holidaymakers can travel to Europe at a fraction of the cost of traditional airlines.

Other travel bloggers have also given Scoot good reviews.

Very hungry nomadsbased in Melbourne, revealed that the seats were “just like any other carrier”.

“They reclined, included a tray table for work, and were equipped with small reading lights when the cabin was dark,” they wrote.

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