Saturday, March 17, 2012

Scoot gets first 777-200

Scoot’s staff Captain HC Rohan, Head of Flight Operations/Chief Pilot; Campbell Wilson, CEO, and Ng Ju Li, Head of Cabin Services, with the first aircraft. 
Photos Courtesy of Scoot Pte Ltd.

Singapore's newest airline, medium to long haul no-frills carrier Scoot, took ownership of its first aircraft today. The 777-200, purchased from parent company Singapore Airlines but now bearing Scoot's registration 9V-OTA, will be joined by a second aircraft on 30th March, after which both will be inducted into the hangar for complete overhaul. Over the next couple of months they will undergo a heavy maintenance "D" check, have the interior refitted with Scoot's seats and cabin product and be painted in Scoot's livery, before being released for commercial service.

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