The 30-year-old dual World Championship medallist performed triple somersault for her first ever time in competition, recording impressive scores to easily take the win in both events.
On the first day of competition, Scott jumped two different triple somersaults, qualifying to the final in first place with a 93.49 lay-tuck-full and 100.17 point full-tuck-full jump.
In the final, Scott improved her full-tuck-full to score 100.17 points, with a winning margin of 17 points to the second place finisher Emma Weiss of Germany. Rounding out the podium in third place was Carol Bouvard of Switzerland.
Scott's VIS teammate, Gabi Ash, advanced to the final in second place with good scores on her two qualifying jumps, and finished fifth in the final.
On day two, Scott performed her triple twisting double somersaults to again record victory.
In the final Scott scored 94.47 points, to easily finish ahead of Carol Bouvard of Switzerland, who was over 35 points behind in second place, with Ukrainian Anastasiya Novosad in third place.
Gabi Ash again qualified well in third place, but had trouble with her landings in the final and just missed the podium in fourth place.
The aerial skiing athletes will head to Almaty, Kazakhstan, for the World Championships on March 10 and World Cup final at the same location on March 13.
IMAGE: Dani Scott celebrates after jumping triple somersaults for the first time in training prior to the competition in Airolo © Dani Scott Instagram