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Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Singapore Airlines subsidiary low cost airline named Scoot.......

Singapore Airlines have recently unveiled it's latest subsidiary low cost airline. And, well....It's named SCOOT. Not sure about the name though, but i feel that it's about time that Singapore Airlines have a better version of Budget carriers to rival the likes of JetStar and AirAsia.

B777-200 Scoot Livery (Pictures from
I think that the corporate color scheme is gonna be yellow and it will look something like this picture above on their livery. Looks like a cartoon plane to me!. But it's still early days though. Maybe they would change the design and come up with something non cartoonish. They recently have appointed new Scoot CEO Campbell Wilson to spearhead it's vision into the low cost air travel market.

We chose the name ‘Scoot’ for many reasons, not least because it‘s different. Rather than the tried and tired “airlines” this, “airways” that or “air” yawn, it’s short, sharp and snappy. It stands out.
Mr Campbell Wilson,
Scoot CEO
Scoot's gonna be using former SQ's B777-200

Hmmm....Seems reasonable enough. But when it begins to much fanfare next year, i hope that this really picks off like AirAsia and be a dominant player in low cost air travel!

Scoot’s contemporary, down-to-earth philosophy behoves us to be online from day one. The current presence is simple but as we develop, our presence and transactional capabilities will progressively develop along with us
Mr Campbell Wilson,
Scoot CEO
They’re coming in 2012 to bring you a new travel experience. They’ll eventually start with a fleet of Boeing 777s (former SQ planes) and a safety, security and operational DNA reflecting our heritage. And they plan to be much more different from the other low cost carriers. So do log on to their web page or you can like them on Facebook too. You can send suggestions, ideas or anything that you want to see in the new Scoot. You can link to their website by clicking on

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