Technical and administrative issues caused a Scoot Boeing 787 Dreamliner flight to be delayed 56 hrs.—the second extended delay for the Singapore LCC’s 787s in less than a month. The most recent incident occurred Dec. 18 when an “aircraft equipment limitation” delayed an Athens-to-Singapore flight, forcing 321 passengers to disembark, Scoot said in a statement. By the time the passengers reboarded, the pilots had exceeded their flight-duty limits and the aircraft ...

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