Singapore-based low-cost carrier (LCC) Scoot will expand its services from Singapore to Bangkok’s Don Mueang LCC hub, to fly 10 Boeing 777-200 flights a week to the Thai capital. The airline will also replace its existing 777 schedules from Changi Airport with new 787s as they arrive from the US-based manufacturer starting in May. Although Scoot bills itself as a long-haul LCC, the new schedules will help give it and its sister Singapore Airlines (SIA) subsidiary Tigerair increased ...

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