Singapore Air’s Scoot Not Flying to US, Europe

Singapore Air’s Scoot Not Flying to US, Europe

Singapore Air's Scoot Not Flying to US, Europe

Singapore Air’s Scoot Not Flying to US, Europe

Scoot fleet of Boeing 777-200 aircraft are able to fly to destinations in more than nine hours away, the definition of the aviation industry in the long term – but the extra fuel is added to the weight of an airplane, so this type of flight is less efficient. Last year, AirAsia X, the unity of the long distance carrier AirAsia Bhd in Malaysia budget, stopped flying to London and Paris, as a result of low demand and high fuel costs.

Singapore Air’s Scoot Not Flying to US, Europe

Scoot, which began commercial operations earlier this month with a flight between Singapore and Sydney, is probably the result of the financial crisis in Europe, looking at services in the continent to wait, and has “no interest” in the flight to the U.S., now Mr. Wilson said.

The company, which expects a fleet of four aircraft taken over from his father 777-200 later this year, plans to announce more destinations in Asia and the Pacific, especially China, he said. Scoot to Begin Flights to Gold Coast of Australia, Tianjin, China, Tokyo, Bangkok and Taipei this year.