Singapore low-cost carrier Scoot expects to take delivery of the first of its Boeing 787-9 orders in the second half of January, which will trigger the start of a rapid fleet replacement program. After the formal handover in Seattle, the carrier is targeting Feb. 2 for the 787-9’s first arrival in Singapore, an airline spokeswoman told ATW. The carrier plans to receive two 787s and phase out two of its Boeing 777-200ERs by the end of March. Scoot expects to have 11 787s delivered by ...

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