Singapore Airlines (SQ) has revealed its new long-haul, low-cost carrier (LCC) will be named “Scoot” and will operate four Boeing 777-200s to be purchased from the parent company (ATW Daily News, Oct. 12). Scoot will start services in mid-2012 with fares up to 40% below legacy carriers. It will operate from SingaporeChangi Airport(SIN) Terminal 2, not the low-cost terminal, and will offer two cabins. Seats, cabin features and offerings are still being evaluated. Scoot CEO ...

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