The upgrade to the current fleet of Boeing 777-200 aircraft will be the latest chapter in Scoot’s growth.
It has only been in the air for a little more than two years, but the Singapore-based airline has passed three million passsengers – and operates between Singapore and Sydney, Gold Coast, Bangkok, Taipei, Tokyo, Tianjin, Shenyang, Nanjing, Qingdao, Seoul, Hong Kong and Perth.
New GM for Australia
Making the announcement , the airline said the new GM brought a “wealth of airline industry talent, skills and contacts” that would be utilized as Scoot’s network grows with the arrival of the Dreamliner.
His primary focus at Scoot would be to “continue to bolster support and new initiatives in trade and distribution and building on brand recognition”.
Dennis spent the past 14-and-a-half years building Virgin Australia group’s products.
Before that, he worked for Ansett.
The new general manager for Australia replaced Darren Wright, whose contribution as part of the Scoot start-up team and for growing the brand by securing ports in Sydney, Gold Coast and Perth, was publicly recognised by the airline.