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Scoot Singapore Airlines low budget carrier wil begin flights to Bangkok in July 2012.
Singapore Airlines SIA has 3 brands operating in one market, that includes Tiger Air. Notely this has prompted industry speculators and watchers to wonder if the legacy airline is cannibalising its own service offerings as Scoot Air provides a much low cost option for travellers. Just on average, over twenty flights/routes depart form Singapore's Changi Airport for Bangkok Thailand daily.
It's the 2nd busiest desination out of Singapore, just followed by Jakarta (Indonesia). In July 2012, Scoot Air will begin daily flights to Bangkok (Thailand), offering a total of some 400 plus seats daily. With a combination of Scoot Airlines, SIA and Tiger Air will operate 11 flight Scoot Airlines Bangkok destinations to Thailand's capital city ( BangKok) every day. Scoot Airlines will be the first low cost budget medium haul carrier to fly a short haul route destinations.
Scoot Airlines may use or scan the loads of heavy traffic on that route for a short period of time. For long periods of time it can cannibalising its mother airline SIA, it does seem to ask the question whether it's a wise thing to do when there's a mother airline doing exactly the same thing, inhabiting the same space. Scoot Airways said it is deploying planes to Thailand Bangkok to maximise utilisation and operate more efficiently rather than leaving the aircraft idle. And this will provide a low cost alternative for consumers. For a start, Scoot's airlines is offering a return trip to Bangkok Thailand for S$88, much lower than the current fare of around S$200 from Tiger Air and about S$500 from Singapore Air..
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