Singapore-based regional low-cost carrier Scoot will use its first Boeing 787 aircraft—a 787-9 due for delivery in November this year—on routes that include Japan, Taiwan and Australia, Scoot CEO Campbell Wilson told ATW. Speaking at the Singapore Airshow, Wilson said the expanding northeast Asia market will suit the new aircraft’s capability—and better help feed into the carrier’s increasingly close ties to its Singapore-based narrowbody LCC cousin ...

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