Singapore-based airline, Scoot, is renaming its premium service.
Previously known as Scootbiz, the premium offering was the subject of a detailed review on this site in late 2017.
It is being renamed ScootPlus on all Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights to and from Australia and various destination on the airline’s network.
Travellers on ScootPlus will continue to enjoy comfortable wide, leather reclining seats with a footrest and twice the legroom of an economy seat; individual in-seat power outlets; 30KG check-in baggage allowance; 15KG carry-on baggage; priority check-in and boarding.
Following a customer survey, Scoot has also replaced its inflight entertainment with 30MB complimentary WiFi in ScootPlus.
Scoot says it’s ScootPlus service allows travellers to take advantage of value-added fares, and the option to purchase add-on items such as SATS lounge access in Singapore. KrisFlyer members can also continue to earn and burn their KrisFlyer miles on Scoot flights.
Scoot boasts one of the youngest fleets in the air, with its signature Boeing 787 Dreamliners having an average age of two-years-11 months.
Overall, the average age of Scoot’s fleet of 20 Dreamliners and 28 Airbus A320 family aircraft is five-years-and-one-month.
Two additional Dreamliners, 31 Airbus A320neo and 16 A321neo aircraft are on order.
Scoot’s network presently encompasses 68 destinations across 17 countries and territories, with nine more destinations from India, Indonesia and Malaysia scheduled to join the network by the second half of 2020.