SINGAPORE: The newly-launched route connecting Kuching with Singapore will help Scoot Tigerair Pte Ltd (Scoot) expand its reach into Malaysia as it repositions itself within the global low cost airline industry.
The group is also planning routes to connect Singapore with Honolulu in the US, Harbin in Northeast China, and Palembang in Indonesia.
The Singapore-Kuching route brings Scoot’s current network up to a total of 60 destinations across 16 countries.
To note, Scoot and TigerAir merged in July 25 this year and is now under the Scoot brand. This marked the beginning of a new chapter for Scoot, he said, allowing customers to have a more seamless, streamlined experience between short haul and long haul flights.