The airline also unveiled a new cabin crew uniform on Tuesday (July 25), along with new livery on its first A320 aircraft.
SIA took Tigerair private last year as part of a larger plan to drive deeper cooperation and synergy between the group's different carriers in the face of mounting competition.
Scoot, via its official website, announced (25-Jul-2017) Scoot and Tigerair merged on 25-Jul-2017 and now operate under the Scoot brand. The combined carrier serves 60 destinations with a fleet of two A319, 21 A320, eight Boeing 787-8 and six 787-9 aircraft with 39 A320neos, two 787-8s and four 787-9s on order, according to OAG and the CAPA Fleet Database.
Will the combined Scoot be an effective competitor to DY and the AirAsia Group, both in the short haul Asian market and long haul markets to Europe and United States? Asian budget aviation is rapidly developing! Other than NokScoot, any other Scoot affiliates may be launched?
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