Singapore Airlines’ new medium-long-haul, low-cost carrier Scoot is planning to initially focus on flying to Australia and China, the same markets Singapore-based Jetstar Asia flies to using Airbus A330s. Scoot says it plans to launch services in mid-2012 with four Boeing 777-200s flying from Singapore to Australia and China. It will later look to expand by launching services to other east Asian markets as well as to India, the Middle East and Europe, it adds. The carrier has started ...


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