Scoot 777. Courtesy, Scoot/James Morgan A pitot tube warning and a medical emergency of a passenger delayed the June 5 inaugural flight of Scoot (TZ), Singapore Airlines’ new medium- to long-haul low-cost carrier, by more than an hour (ATW Daily News, June 6). The flight carried 400 guests. TZ CEO Campbell Wilson told ATW that the Boeing 777 Singapore (SIN)-Sydney (SYD) flight’s return to the bay was due to a cockpit advisory message regarding a pitot tube. “The ...

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