Boeing and Scoot have announced the delivery of the Singapore-based airline’s first 787 Dreamliner. The airplane will play a key role in the low-cost carrier’s strategic plan to expand its long-haul fleet. “We are excited to be taking delivery of our very first 787 Dreamliner,” said Scoot chief executive Campbell Wilson.
Agoda.com, Asia’s leading hotel booking site and part of Nasdaq-listed Priceline Group, has announced a partnership with budget airline Scoot that will allow customers to book hotels at their destination without ever leaving the Scoot website.
Singapore Airlines’ low cost airline, Scoot, has launched ScooTV, an in-flight entertainment system that allows passengers to stream content to their own Wi-Fi devices. Powered by Gogo, a provider of in-flight connectivity and wireless in-flight digital entertainment solutions, ScooTV features a buffet of blockbuster movies and popular TV shows that passengers can stream to their own laptop or tablet at their own convenience during the flight.
Travelport has signed new agreement with Scoot, Singapore Airlines’ budget arm that offers low-cost, no frills airfares from Singapore to eight cities in China, Australia, Japan, Taiwan and Thailand. Both companies have undertaken a seamless integration of Scoot’s content onto Travelport’s GDS platform.
Expedia Affiliate Network has announced a partnership with Singapore Airlines’ newly launched low cost subsidiary Scoot. The tie-up between EAN and one of the most exciting new aviation brands aims to provide Scoot’s customers with access to the best hotels, at the best rates and in the best locations in every city where Scoot flies.
Abacus International has announced a landmark agreement with Scoot, allowing all Abacus-connected travel agents across Asia Pacific full access to its fares from July 2012. A wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, Scoot will be launching their maiden flight from Singapore to Sydney, Australia on June 4th 2012 and to Gold Coast, Australia on June 12th 2012.
Scoot, the new medium and long-haul low-cost division of Singapore Airlines which was formally launched in November, has reached a tentative agreement with Routes to support its network development. Signed earlier this week at the IATA Slots conference in Singapore, the agreement will see Scoot use the respected Route Exchange platform.
Singapore Airlines has confirmed details of the worst kept secret in aviation – revealing its new long-haul budget carrier will be called Scoot. The carrier will fly to destinations in Australia and China, with Singapore Airlines outlining longer-term ambitions to reach Europe.