Scoot to retime Singapore-Melbourne flights to improve passenger experience

Scoot has boosted sixth freedom traffic from Sydney since rescheduling three weekly frequencies to improve connections with and India and is planning to introduce a…..

Singapore Airlines Group to once again be Australia’s largest foreign airline group by capacity

The Singapore Airlines Group is again boosting capacity to Australia for the winter season. The Singapore Airlines Group will be operating 168 weekly passenger flights…..

Talking Corporate Travel…what’s next?

The Blue Swan Daily has its finger on the pulse and its ear to the ground, ready to bring you the latest instalment of Talking…..

Exclusive Blue Swan Interviews – Serko, Scoot and Travelport Locomote

The CAPA-ACTE 2017 Melbourne Aviation and Corporate Travel Summit, recently took place with some of the most incredible discussions from a wide range of expert…..

2017 CAPA-ACTE Melbourne Aviation & Corporate Travel Summit – Wrap Up

CAPA – Centre for Aviation hosted the 2017 CAPA-ACTE Melbourne Aviation & Corporate Travel Summit this week. The event, which brought together a wide variety…..

Get ready for Scoot Tigerair

Singapore Airlines Group (SIA) LCC subsidiaries Scoot and Tigerair plan to complete their merger in Jul-2017, leading to the dissolution of the Tigerair brand in…..

Scoot’s new Sydney schedule improves India-Sydney connections

Scoot has implemented a new schedule for three of its weekly Sydney flights, resulting in improved connections to India and its future European destinations. Scoot…..

Scoot takes delivery of first long haul aircraft

Scoot has taken delivery of its first 787 configured for long haul flights and is using the aircraft on Australia routes ahead of the Jun-2017…..

Scoot continues to study European markets to support long haul low cost strategy

Asian carrier Scoot faces some critical decisions in the coming months as the Singapore Airlines LCC subsidiary begins long haul operations. The carrier recently took…..

Is a true all-LCC option on the horizon for the Australia-London market? AirAsia X’s potential Gatwick relaunch and a Norwegian-Jetstar partnership could make it possible

AirAsia X is planning to resume services on the Kuala Lumpur-London Gatwick route –perhaps as early as late this year if it decided to acquire…..