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Scoot details 787 configuration

written by australianaviation.com.au | February 10, 2014
Scoot has revealed its interior configurations for its 787s. (Scoot)
Scoot has revealed its interior configurations for its 787s. (Scoot)

Singapore Airlines low-cost offshoot Scoot has revealed some details of its introduction plans for its Boeing 787-9, the first of 20 of which is due to enter service in November.

Scoot will become the second 787-9 operator after Air New Zealand, and will configure its aircraft with 375 seats in a 35-seat 2-3-2 business class and 340-seat 3-3-3 economy class configuration.

Scoot will also take some 787-8s which will have 330 seats in a similar configuration.

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2 Comments

  • Boleropilot

    says:

    OK – I have often thought (while travelling cattle class) that if 3 seats cost $100 each = $300, would I be prepared to pay $150 for a two seat layout = $300 – exactly the same return for the airline.

    The answer is a definite Yes – but will those two seats be charged at $150 each? I doubt it…

    Obviously many travellers would not spend the extra 50%, but on a trip from, say, Brisbane – Perth, it would be worth its weight in gold – to me, anyhow!

  • Dane

    says:

    Sardines anyone?

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