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SIA’s Low-Cost Carrier To Launch In April With 400-Seat 777s
Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) new medium- to long-haul, low-cost carrier Scoot plans to have its Boeing 777-200s configured with about 400 seats.
Industry research firm Center for Asia-Pacific Aviation (CAPA), citing tender documents issued by Scoot for wireless inflight entertainment (IFE), says Scoot aims to achieve a seating capacity of about 400 on its Boeing 777-200s. SIA’s 777-200s currently have a capacity of up to 323 seats.