SYDNEY—While Singapore-based low-cost carrier Scoot will use Boeing 787 deliveries to grow its fleet next year, initial deliveries will be focused more on fleet replacement than expansion, CEO Campbell Wilson says. Scoot is scheduled to receive 11 787s by the end of is next fiscal year, on March 31, 2016. These aircraft will be a mix of Boeing 787-8s and -9s, as the airline has 10 of each on order. The -9s will begin arriving first, with the initial aircraft due in November of this ...

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