Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) LCC subsidiary Scoot will begin introducing sister company SilkAir’s Boeing 737-800s after April 2019 as part of SIA Group plans to optimize the airline’s network and better compete against regional LCCs. Scoot CEO Lee Lik Hsin spoke to the media during the inaugural flight of its Airbus A320neo Oct. 29. SIA announced in May 2018 that SilkAir will merge with the parent company from 2020, but will still retain its Boeing 737 MAX 8 ...

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