Scoot, Singapore Airlines’ LCC subsidiary: a new chapter as it turns five and merges with Tigerair

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Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) LCC subsidiary Scoot is entering a new phase as it launches long haul services and completes a merger with Tigerair. Scoot has expanded rapidly since its first operations in Jun-2012, including an ASK growth of nearly 50% in the fiscal year ending 31-Mar-2017 (FY2016/17)

Scoot and Tigerair Singapore, which launched operations in 2004, plans to transition to a single operator certificate, single brand and single website in late Jul-2017. Scoot will be the surviving brand while the Tigerair operator’s certificate will be retained. Read More…

 

 

 

Credit By: Centre For Aviation

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