Scoot™ is the low-cost, medium-to-long haul arm of the Singapore Airlines Group. Scoot took to the skies in June 2012 and merged with Tigerair Singapore in July 2017, retaining the Scoot brand and positioning it well for a new chapter of growth.

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SCOOT PLANS HONOLULU LAUNCH BY YEAR END

flightglobal | July 25, 2017

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Low-cost carrier Scoot is planning to launch services from its Singapore base to five new destinations: Harbin, Honolulu, Kuantan, Kuching and Palembang. Singapore-Harbin will be operated thrice-weekly, while services to Honolulu (via Osaka Kansai) will be operated four-times weekly. Both routes are expected to commence by the end of the year, using Boeing 787s....

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RISING FUEL COSTS PUSH SCOOT TO RAISE FARES

Airwise | August 03, 2018

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Low-cost Singapore-based airline Scoot will increase its fares in September, blaming the cost of jet fuel. The Singapore Airlines unit said it will increase fares by between SGD$5 and SGD$30 (USD$3.65 to $21.92) depending on route length. The increase is effective from September 1. The airline said the increase comes after the price of jet fuel has risen to almost USD$90 per barrel, a 40 percent increase in the last year. Fuel is about 32 percent of the airline’s operating costs....

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PICTURES: SCOOT RECEIVES FIRST A320NEO

Flightglobal | October 08, 2018

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Scoot has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320neo out of the 39 jets it has on firm order with the manufacturer.The low-cost arm of Singapore Airlines says the first A320neo bears the registration 9V-TNA, and marks the start of the carrier's narrowbody fleet renewal plan. The aircraft will make its debut on 29 October, flying between Singapore and Bangkok, adds Scoot.Flight Fleets Analyzer shows that Scoot has options for 11 of the Pratt & Whitney PW1127G-powered A320neos, as well as ...

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SINGAPORE TO TRANSFER SOME SILKAIR ROUTES TO SCOOT

Airwise | November 22, 2018

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Singapore Airlines’ low cost unit Scoot will take over a number of its regional carrier SilkAir’s routes over the next two years as the flag carrier prepares to merge SilkAir into the main airline. SIA said the changes are the result of a review to identify which airlines are best suited to meet customer demand. They are expected to take place between April 2019 and the second half of 2020.We are now at the half-way mark in our three-year Transformation Programme, and today’s a...

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SCOOT PLANS HONOLULU LAUNCH BY YEAR END

flightglobal | July 25, 2017

Low-cost carrier Scoot is planning to launch services from its Singapore base to five new destinations: Harbin, Honolulu, Kuantan, Kuching and Palembang. Singapore-Harbin will be operated thrice-weekly, while services to Honolulu (via Osaka Kansai) will be operated four-times weekly. Both routes are expected to commence by the end of the year, using Boeing 787s....

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RISING FUEL COSTS PUSH SCOOT TO RAISE FARES

Airwise | August 03, 2018

Low-cost Singapore-based airline Scoot will increase its fares in September, blaming the cost of jet fuel. The Singapore Airlines unit said it will increase fares by between SGD$5 and SGD$30 (USD$3.65 to $21.92) depending on route length. The increase is effective from September 1. The airline said the increase comes after the price of jet fuel has risen to almost USD$90 per barrel, a 40 percent increase in the last year. Fuel is about 32 percent of the airline’s operating costs....

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PICTURES: SCOOT RECEIVES FIRST A320NEO

Flightglobal | October 08, 2018

Scoot has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320neo out of the 39 jets it has on firm order with the manufacturer.The low-cost arm of Singapore Airlines says the first A320neo bears the registration 9V-TNA, and marks the start of the carrier's narrowbody fleet renewal plan. The aircraft will make its debut on 29 October, flying between Singapore and Bangkok, adds Scoot.Flight Fleets Analyzer shows that Scoot has options for 11 of the Pratt & Whitney PW1127G-powered A320neos, as well as ...

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SINGAPORE TO TRANSFER SOME SILKAIR ROUTES TO SCOOT

Airwise | November 22, 2018

Singapore Airlines’ low cost unit Scoot will take over a number of its regional carrier SilkAir’s routes over the next two years as the flag carrier prepares to merge SilkAir into the main airline. SIA said the changes are the result of a review to identify which airlines are best suited to meet customer demand. They are expected to take place between April 2019 and the second half of 2020.We are now at the half-way mark in our three-year Transformation Programme, and today’s a...

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