Scoot’s newly delivered 787-9 takes off from Paine Field in Everett, Washington, USA (Image © Boeing)

Scoot dreams

Scoot is in the clouds, figural speaking, after the Singapore-based airline received its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner on 1 February 2015. “We are excited,” admitted Scoot chief executive officer Campbell Wilson.

Like all Dreamliners Scoot’s new 787 also has larger, electronically dimmable windows and larger luggage bins. The air is said to have better humidity and filtration.

Scoot’s parent company Singapore Airlines ordered 19 Dreamliners for its daughter, ten 787-9s and ten 787-8s.

Source: Boeing
Featured image: Scoot’s newly delivered 787-9 takes off from Paine Field in Everett, Washington, USA (Image © Boeing)