Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) low-cost carrier (LCC) subsidiary Scoot will take over the 4X-weekly Hangzhou route, which currently served by its regional affiliate SilkAir, from Oct. 25. From Dec. 1, Scoot will use its new Boeing 787-8 aircraft on the route and increase frequency to 5X-weekly. Hangzhou will be Scoot’s fifth destination in China. The LCC serves second tier cities at Tianjin, Shenyang, Qingdao and Nanjing using 787 aircraft. According to SilkAir, the move comes as ...

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