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Scoot’s Expansion Shows SIA’s Commitment To Mainline China
Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) medium-haul, low-cost carrier Scoot is launching services to two cities in northeastern China, a sign that SIA group has placed a priority on further expansion into mainland China.
Scoot CEO, Campbell Wilson, says the Boeing 777-200 operator on Nov. 27 will launch a three-times-weekly service linking Singapore, Shenyang and Qingdao. This will be the only service on the routing.
Besides Qingdao and Shenyang, Scoot already serves Beijing’s port city of Tianjin with a nonstop flight from Singapore.