Singapore-based long-haul, low-cost carrier (LCC) Scoot will push back its first Boeing 787-9 services a second time from the original planned inauguration last month. The carrier had planned to launch Dreamliner services in November this year, flying from Singapore to Perth, Australia and Hong Kong. However, this was pushed back to January 2015. The airline has now announced a further delay until February next year. There is no indication the latest delay will affect the delivery of the ...

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