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SIA to stand in for Scoot's Sydney flights while latter services Dreamliner jet

SIA operating chartered flights could prove a costly expense and also causes brand confusion, says an analyst
Saturday, January 28, 2017 - 05:50

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Scoot, which operates an all-Dreamliner fleet, is understood to be currently operating 11 B787s instead of its usual 12, resulting in tighter aircraft utilisation.

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SCOOT is getting the engines of its Boeing 787 aircraft checked under a maintenance programme with Rolls-Royce, a move that will see its parent company Singapore Airlines (SIA) operating the budget carrier's daily Sydney service for about two weeks next month.

Scoot is

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