Boeing Flight Services and low-cost carrier (LCC) Scoot have signed a five-year pilot training agreement to support the Singapore-based airline’s fleet transition to 787s. Boeing anticipates 32 Scoot pilots will undergo training in 2014. Scoot will acquire 20 787s beginning in late 2014. The aircraft were originally ordered by parent company Singapore Airlines. The LCC currently operates 777s on medium- and long-haul flights from Singapore to Sydney, Gold Coast, Bangkok, Taipei, Tokyo, ...

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