Singapore-based low-cost carrier (LCC) Scoot has revealed one of the new routes it will introduce with its Boeing 787 deliveries, adding Melbourne as its fourth Australian destination. Scoot is due to receive its first 787 later in December, and it expects to have 11 of the aircraft by the end of March 2016. Six of these will be replacements for Scoot’s current fleet of Boeing 777-200ERs, leaving five for capacity growth. All of the 777s are due to be replaced by mid-2015, so ...

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