Scoot (2012) - Boeing 777-200ER.

Scoot (2012) - Boeing 777-200ER.

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9V-OTC. Thanks to ngchongyang. Scoot is a low-cost long-haul airline which was announced by parent company Singapore Airlines in May 2011. It was subsequently announced on 1 November 2011 that it will be named "Scoot". It is a budget carrier claiming it will offer tickets up to 40 percent cheaper than regular airlines, and planning to operate flights on medium and long-haul routes from Singapore, initially to Australia and China, using Boeing 777 aircraft obtained from its parent company, Singapore Airlines. As announced on 1 November 2011, Scoot's fleet is expected to consist of four Boeing 777-200 with plans in place to have 14 aircraft by 2016.As of 5 April 2012, it has 2 Boeing 777-200. Its initial fleet would be acquired from its parent airline and reconfigured with a new seating layout. In March 2012 the airline announced that the aircraft would be operated in a 2-class configuration, Economy (including extra legroom seating, branded S-t-r-e-t-c-h seats) and ScootBiz. The new seating layout will feature 32 ScootBiz seats in a 2-4-2 configuration, with a seat pitch of 38", while the economy cabin will have a 3-4-3 configuration with 31" seat pitch. Yesterday, 6 June 2012, Scoot has made it's maiden flight to Sidney.
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