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FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 10:09 am

Hi Everyone!

FlyScoot has finally released photos of their final look on their new Boeing 777-200s!



What do you guys think?

Here is their album on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.364821323577402.81608.195291693863700&type=3

Cheers!
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[Edited 2012-05-24 03:13:20]
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 10:14 am

Interesting, was wondering when the first aircraft was gonna get painted. Honestly, there's something about this livery, not sure what it is though, Maybe its the font? Either way nice to see one painted finally 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 10:16 am

Looks great! I didnt like the livery when i first saw photos of it but its starting to grow on me.
Can't wait to see the inside product and get onboard to SIN in October
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 10:19 am

I really like it.

Not too many aircraft out there in a predominantly yellow colour scheme. To me, it sums up the image the airline is trying to portray!

I've booked a flight on them to SIN in August - I must say, I've never bought a ticket on an airline without knowing what the product/seats will be like, but for $598 AUD return (Y to SIN and J - well their version of it! - on the way home) I couldn't refuse!
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 10:31 am

Looks too childish for my taste.
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 10:43 am

I dont like the that the livery is different from the logo - but apart from that I wish them luck. I didnt think there was much Aus-SIN O&D traffic - thought most was connecting.
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 10:46 am

Quoting captainsloo (Thread starter):

Even though it could use a touch of black which was incorporated in the uniform I still like it...

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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 11:00 am

Quoting anstar (Reply 5):
I dont like the that the livery is different from the logo - but apart from that I wish them luck. I didnt think there was much Aus-SIN O&D traffic - thought most was connecting.

Fair point, but they don't have to be necessarily connecting on Scoot.

When I fly them to SIN in August, I'm actually connecting through to BKK with Air Asia.
The cheapest fare at that time direct from SYD - BKK R/T was about $1090.00 AUD.
(Ok, specials have been released since I booked, but I'm still getting a good deal with Scoot in my opinion, and I'd like to try a new airline of course).

I think quite a few pax would end up using Air Asia, Tiger, Jetstar etc ex-SIN to other Asian destinations, and just book it as two separate sectors as I did.

Also, Scoot's network will expand soon enough. I would think in a year or so they might have an extra 2 or 3 destinations in Asia apart from Singapore, Bangkok and Tianjin, so the connecting traffic can only grow with time.  
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 11:03 am

Quoting Thai744 (Reply 3):
I've booked a flight on them to SIN in August - I must say, I've never bought a ticket on an airline without knowing what the product/seats will be like, but for $598 AUD return (Y to SIN and J - well their version of it! - on the way home) I couldn't refuse!

Neat, that's cheap! Could you do a trip report on that please? Cheers!
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 11:07 am

Its ok, not exactly beautiful, but right for the job. Its distinctive, and it looks like a LCC, the colour stands out. The one thing I really dislike is the childish curvy type-logo at the front.
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 11:09 am

I would love to see the inside of the aircraft.... espeially thier ScootBiz...      
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 11:12 am

Encouraging to use yellow, nice but very pitty that they didn't use the original dark colored 'scoot' logo for the fuselage titles as well. White text with outline on yellow: that's a no-no.... that could have been done much better: It lacks power and style and does not emphasize the original 'scoot' brand image.
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 11:15 am

Quoting JQflightie (Reply 10):

They would probably post photos of it on their Facebook once they're ready. I'll definitely post it on a.netter for you guys  
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 11:18 am

Quoting captainsloo (Reply 8):
Neat, that's cheap! Could you do a trip report on that please? Cheers!

Sure will!

I intend to do that. I'm sure with so many A.Nutters here that someone will do one on the inaugural flight!

Still, I enjoy doing trip reports for me own nostalgia to look back on anyway, so I will be doing one for sure.
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 11:54 am

Flying on them from OOL to SIN return for $172.... RETURN! Cant wait, looks good but whether they can compete with Air Asia and JQ long haul remains to be seen
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 12:15 pm

Quoting Truemanqld (Reply 14):
Flying on them from OOL to SIN return for $172.... RETURN! Cant wait, looks good but whether they can compete with Air Asia and JQ long haul remains to be seen

Hope you paid extra for a seat with extra legroom.
The legroom in the ordinary seats looks kind of tight!

But hey! $172 return (including taxes and fuel surcharges) look like a bargain for sure!
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 1:22 pm

Can't wait to fly Scoot on 26th June!

Glad to see that their new baby looks so wonderful. Will be looking forward to my flight on it.
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 1:24 pm

Looks good. Then again, the 777 makes any livery look good  

Scoot is one low cost carrier I'd be happy to fly.
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 1:43 pm

Quoting Truemanqld (Reply 14):
whether they can compete with Air Asia and JQ long haul remains to be seen

Air Asia couldn't compete w/ Air Asia on longhaul routes  I'm sure Scoot won't be a total disaster either.
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 2:20 pm

What is the airlines' intended route network? Will they make it all the way to the US?
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 2:23 pm

Why do LCCs have to have horrid brand identities?

Awful. Will be an eye sore at SIN. which terminal will they be flying from? T2? Luckily most of my flights are ex-T3 so I hope to never see such an awful, awful a/c.

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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 2:26 pm

IMHO - It is ghastly, or in the Aussie vernacular - bloody hideous. How many focus groups did they do before they came up with one. I expected better from a Singapore airline. Still, not yet seen in the flesh, so I could be totally wrong, but sheesh!! Black bordering yellow would have been much better, and the tail, well, a big Black and Yellow 'S' would have been sufficient.
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 3:18 pm

Quoting JAAlbert (Reply 19):
What is the airlines' intended route network? Will they make it all the way to the US?

I doubt so, it might be too far for a low-cost carrier to fly to from Singapore. The intended destinations are:
Australia
- Gold Coast - Gold Coast Airport [begins 12 June 2012]
- Sydney - Sydney Airport [begins 6 June 2012]
China
- Tianjin Binhai International Airport [begins 23 August 2012]
Singapore
- Singapore Changi Airport [begins 6 June 2012]
Thailand
- Bangkok - Suvarnabhumi Airport [begins 5 July 2012]

Quoting Coal (Reply 20):
which terminal will they be flying from? T2?

Terminal 2.
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 3:21 pm

Hi

I actually like this livery! Its different from the increasingly popular white liveries like IB Express and AY etc. Im sure its a nice change

I really want to see what the seats will look like! I do hope it goes well for them!! Do they stand a chance against QF or JQ in the market?? or will they be gone in a year??


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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 4:34 pm

OPINION: I like the yellow it's nice and bright, but it looks ghastly and what a ridiculous name for an airline. Sorry!
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 5:17 pm

Nice livery, terrible name! I would like to imagine the smart folks at SQ would be able to think up of something at least a little bit better.. Jet Singapore or something!
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 5:27 pm

In my western english speaking mind:

Scoot = child on a scooter.
Scoot = a dog dragging his behind to scratch an itch.
Scoot = making room on the couch for one more couch potato.

From my background in graphic design:

Outline text = cheap
Outline text = unprofessional

Singapore is a sophisticated multicultural market, I can't see how this airline name and livery is attractive to that market.
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 5:57 pm

So which SQ 772 got repainted into the Scoot colours?
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 6:38 pm

I like it. I always marvel how a 777 is an LCC startup aircraft in Asia whereas in the US a 777 is about the largest aircraft we get.

Also, I'm not in love with the "airlinename.com" as the name of the airline. It's a little too "early 2000s" for me.

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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 9:11 pm

Quoting irelayer (Reply 28):
Also, I'm not in love with the "airlinename.com" as the name of the airline. It's a little too "early 2000s" for me.

  

That's exactly what I was thinking. That is one of my biggest pet peeves when it comes to liveries. Why do they feel the need to put their website across the fuselage? I understand back in the day, when it was harder to find a company's website, but nowadays it so easy to find a website on any search engine, you don't need to put it across the fuselage of every aircraft.

The "airlinename.com" titles tick me off, but the "flyairlinename.com" tick me off even more, it just looks messy, crowded and confusing. Why don't they just put their entire URL on there "flyhttp://airlinename.com/". The website is already applied to other mediums, such as the napkins, boarding pass, magazine etc. you don't need to add it to the aircraft as well. Just put your bloody name and that's it.


As for this specific livery, the name is ok, I think they could've come up with something better. The livery itself, is nice, i like the use of yellow, its nice to see something different from the usual white and darker/bland colors. I think it will be a nice addition to the skies.

I just wish they would get rid of the "flyscoot.com" and replace it with just "Scoot" + a tagline.
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 9:34 pm

when I look at this livery I think "that airline probably has cheap airfares"
Their advertising just worked.
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 9:37 pm

Quoting irelayer (Reply 28):
Also, I'm not in love with the "airlinename.com" as the name of the airline. It's a little too "early 2000s" for me.

To be more in the 2010s, they can add a white "f" on a blue background and a "g+".
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 10:22 pm

It just isn't a company name or image I would take seriously. And I am no fan of labeling the airliner with the web address rather than the actual stand-alone company name; it's confusing to the identity.

However, as to the "Fly xxx" titling, that does harken back to the "Fly Eastern Airlines" DC-7 and others in the EAL fleet, so it isn't new.
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 10:32 pm

Interesting how most of the people who disagree with the livery come from the USA - arguably home to some of the world's most boring liveries for airlines ever - AA, UA, DL, CO, PA etc.

It's not designed to appeal to business travellers (for the most part). It's designed to appeal to people who fly LCC's, not a conservative business market.

This livery - whether you like it or not - is distinctive and will be well-recognised at all the airports they will fly to.

Try embracing something that's fresh, new and a little bit different, peoples!

However, having said that, it won't be long until someone christens Scoot's aircraft "the flying banana" or something equally silly.
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 10:32 pm

Quoting 9MMPD (Reply 27):
So which SQ 772 got repainted into the Scoot colours?

9V-OTA which was previously registered 9V-SQA, originally delivered 05-05-1997.
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 10:42 pm

Nice aircraft....it looks like a banana though! lol It's cos of yellow with black lines haha.

I'm happy that we can afford cheap airfare to asia and hopefully to eastern europe one day!
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 10:44 pm

The color scheme is not bad. The text is horrendous in all respects. The font, style, placement, and letter spacing all look like something a 12-year-old might have come up with.
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Thu May 24, 2012 11:16 pm

It's a good livery, the curves are very nice.. but the actual titles are terrible.

The typeface is fine, but the way it's used is horrendous! The fuselage titles should be straight and the tail title needs to be smaller. The addition of the ".com" screams LCC (but I suppose that's the point)..
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Fri May 25, 2012 3:19 am

Yikes!

That's dreadful. I thought the name was bad enough, but that airplane is a flying eyesore.
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Fri May 25, 2012 4:17 am

Now I see the full livery I should have suggested the name "Banana Smoothie" during their recent naming competition. I don't mind it. Should be flying with them in July. Will be interesting to compare with my long haul Jetstar flights in June. Yes there should be trip reports. Going to save up my Scoot jokes until then.
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Fri May 25, 2012 6:46 am

Quoting Thai744 (Reply 34):
However, having said that, it won't be long until someone christens Scoot's aircraft "the flying banana" or something equally silly

Too late, already done DECADES ago...by....funny that...a USA company. Even better...It was Yellow & Purple!


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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Fri May 25, 2012 7:00 am

Unfortunately i have to agree with a lot of posters here (and i am living in Singapore), i think this livery is awful and it is not really sophisticated at all, something what you would expect from a offshoot of a classy airline like Singapore Airlines. The colours... ok, fine, if you want yellow, then take it, but yellow is not a typical asian colour in my eyes, and to mix it with white??? The titles looks also awful and not well thought through, IMHO. And yes, the strange old fashioned name... well, all said above!

Has anybody seen their advertisement on the net and in newspapers??? Some people migth think its funny and "different" but i think its just cheap, bland and nasty and doesnt appeal to me at all. I mean, yeah, fly cheap to Australia and China, all well and good, but look at Jetstar and AirAsia, how to do proper advertising.

Lets see how it all will pen out and how the onboard product will be. Will they have new seats or will they put new covers on the old SQ regional eco seats? How will the "Biz" (again, what a name) seat be? One of my colleagues flies to Sydney next month and i will certainly ask her about her opinion.

All in all, not very impressed with the whole Scoot airline at all so far, so lets see how it will be in reality.
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Fri May 25, 2012 7:07 am

The signage has started going up at SYD departures -- I dropped a friend at the airport this afternoon and noticed that they had a rather bland looking sign up on the big lightbox sign things along the road. Just fairly generic looking 'flyscoot.com' with a yellow logo next to it. They don't appear to be using the SQ desks either, given the sign was in a different zone to SQ...

Hopefully the internal signage etc is a bit more interesting. The livery is a bit strange, but is growing on me.
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Fri May 25, 2012 8:03 am

Like brother of DHL, golden yellow. Sharp colour, but too plain IMO.
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Fri May 25, 2012 8:05 am

Quoting boeingrulz (Reply 26):
In my western english speaking mind:

Scoot = child on a scooter.
Scoot = a dog dragging his behind to scratch an itch.
Scoot = making room on the couch for one more couch potato.

From my background in graphic design:

Outline text = cheap
Outline text = unprofessional

Singapore is a sophisticated multicultural market, I can't see how this airline name and livery is attractive to that market.

Hi

Scoot in UK English is an informal word meaning to go quickly.
( I am guessing that its not a word used in the US much. I don't know if its used in Australia or New Zealand but it is used in the UK mainly by people over 35/40.)

I don't like the livery, but it is informal. When you put that with the photo of the crew and the name I get the impression that they are trying to market themselves as a fun loving/relaxed/different style of airline. I agree it looks cheap!

I guess the market they are trying to attract is mainly younger people or passengers on a tight budget, rather than a typical SQ passenger who travels regularly.


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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Fri May 25, 2012 8:19 am

Quoting TN486 (Reply 21):
IMHO - It is ghastly, or in the Aussie vernacular - bloody hideous. How many focus groups did they do before they came up with one. I expected better from a Singapore airline

100% agree. I am sorry but I just dont see this model working and I predict a looming failure. LCC long haul is a long shot and with no viable booking connections it's going to have limited market. This is a 400 pax plane and they are going to have major trouble getting decent loads/yields.
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Fri May 25, 2012 8:23 am

jetfuel, i can only 100% agree with you...

BUT, i hope SQ has thought that through and know what they are doing...
 
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Fri May 25, 2012 9:24 am

Awful ! Looks cheap totally uninspiring - even by LCC standards.
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Fri May 25, 2012 9:29 am

This whole thing sounds like something a group of disconnected middle aged marketing executives thought would look cool to a younger 20 something audience. Much like their videos on Facebook and Youtube, the whole thing reeks of tackiness.

I do however like a couple of advertising slogans they have used such as "WTF- Watch This Fare" and "Nice Buns You Have There" to advertise flights to Tianjin (known for it's steamed buns, a Chinese delicacy). Although crass, it did draw in my attention and as displayed above, the slogans remained in my head. I don't mind the use of yellow, it's a strong colour. They just need to use it right.  
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RE: FlyScoot Singapore: The Final Look

Fri May 25, 2012 9:51 am

While I agree with people who say that this livery isn't 'classy', the airline isn't meant to be 'classy'. That livery would be totally out of place on an SQ aircraft, for instance. But this is Scoot, it's a low cost carrier. It's fun, and it's funky, which is precisely the image that Scoot is marketing.
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