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- 1. Scoot to Launch Long Haul Flights; Takes Delivery of Boeing 787-8 Fitted with Crew Bunks
Scoot is set to launch long-haul flights to Australia, now that it has taken delivery of its newest crew-bunk-fitted Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The delivery of the Boeing 787-8 named “Mous-Scoot-Ka” (named after the popular Greek dish Moussaka), marks Scoot’s next phase of fleet expansion in preparation for its flights to destinations beyond the region. This includes non-stop flights b
- 2. Scoot Launches Changi - Melbourne Flights
Scoot has launched non-stop flights between Singapore Changi and its fourth Australian destination, Melbourne. Scoot will operate the route with Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft five times weekly, rising to daily during peak travel periods. Scoot’s 787 Dreamliner features modern conveniences such as inflight internet and in-seat power throughout the aircraft.
- 3. Scoot to Launch Flights to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Scoot, a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, has confirmed that it will launch thrice weekly, non-stop Jeddah-Singapore flights on 2 May 2016. Scoot’s services will be operated with Boeing 787 Dreamliners and will replace Singapore Airlines’ existing services via Dubai, reducing the flight time by about four hours. Jeddah is Scoot’s first destination in the Middle East.
- 4. Scoot Launches Daily Boeing 787 Dreamliner Flights Between Singapore and Guangzhou
Scoot has launched daily Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights to Guangzhou, replacing a daily flight previously operated by Tigerair. A key gateway to the prosperous Pearl River Delta region, Guangzhou is Scoot’s sixth destination in China. The addition of Guangzhou brings Scoot’s network to 18 destinations in eight countries and territories.
- 5. Scoot and Tigerair to Jointly Operate Singapore - Guangzhou Flights
Scoot and Tigerair will expand their co-operation when Scoot launches daily services to Guangzhou, China, on 16 January 2016. Scoot’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner service will replace one daily flight currently operated by Tigerair with a smaller Airbus A320 aircraft, better matching capacity to demand. The two airlines will together operate twice daily services and manage the route joint
- 6. Scoot to Launch Singapore - Taipei - Sapporo Flights
Scoot, the long-haul, low-cost wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, will launch thrice weekly flights to Sapporo (New Chitose Airport) via Taipei from 1 October 2016. Sapporo will be Scoot’s third destination in Japan after Osaka and Tokyo, bringing the number of services Scoot operates a week to Japan to 16, from 13 presently.
- 7. Scoot Renews Distribution Agreement with Amadeus
Scoot has renewed its distribution agreement with Amadeus, ensuring that the airline’s fares and inventory continue to be available to Amadeus’ global network of travel agencies. Tigerair, which is expected to come under the Scoot brand this year, joins Scoot in making its content available through Amadeus under a new agreement.
- 8. Earn KrisFlyer Miles When Flying Scoot / Tigerair
Members of the KrisFlyer frequent flyer programme can now earn miles when flying on Scoot and Tigerair. With effect from today, KrisFlyer members can earn miles when they purchase a PlusPerks bundle or FlexiCombo fare for their flights on Scoot and Tigerair, respectively. The option for KrisFlyer members to redeem miles for vouchers for travel on Scoot and Tigerair, or to pay for s
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