Singapore-based low-cost carrier (LCC) Scoot plans to launch at least two routes longer than any in its current network next year, as it takes delivery of Boeing 787s specifically configured for long-haul flights. The carrier, which operates an all-787 fleet, has already announced it will begin 4X-weekly weekly flights to Athens in June 2017. It will also introduce another long-haul route during the same year, Lee Lik Hsin, CEO of Budget Aviation Holdings said. The holding company was ...

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