Scoot CEO Campbell Wilson said the airline’s transition to an all-Boeing 787 fleet is enabling the Singapore Airlines (SIA) subsidiary to finally achieve profitability, and predicted the carrier’s financial performance will steadily improve. Scoot’s aircraft liveries and staff uniforms feature a bright yellow, but the carrier’s balance sheet has been in the red for most of its four years of existence, putting a drag on parent SIA’s earnings. But with the six ...

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