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Singapore Airlines Long Haul LCC “Scoot” Completes Inaugural Flight

Singapore Airlines' new low cost carrier, "Scoot", completed its first flight today. The Boeing 777 left Singapore's Changi International Airport around 1:00 AM local time Tuesday morning and arrived in Sydney, Australia seven hours later. However, the first flight didn't go without incident. Due to a technical glitch on the ground in Singapore, the flight had to return to the gate and suffered a 100 minute delay. Luckily the flight didn't run into any other problems and ended up in Sydney only an hour behind schedule. Inaugural Flight: Scoot #2 Tickets on the new airline cost about half as much as those on a full service carrier. Scoot is scheduled to add service to Tokyo, Japan and Taipei, Taiwan later this year.

Definitely one of the more obnoxious looking aircraft out there is Scoot's first Boeing 777

 

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I am a recent college graduate with a degree in Aviation Management. I spend my time as an airline industry professional, private pilot, blogger and world traveler. I have visited 36 countries to date and don't plan on slowing down. This blog is my way of sharing the latest developments in the airline industry as well as experiences from my world travels. All views and opinions are strictly my own.

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