Scoot increases Bangkok frequency, capacity

Scoot will increase the number of flights it operates to Bangkok, with the deployment of its brand new Boeing 787 Dreamliner to the city.


787 Bangkok Boeing Campbell Wilson Don Mueang Airport Scoot


From 8 July 2015, Scoot will add three more weekly flights to its existing daily service to Bangkok’s Don Mueang Airport, taking the total frequency to 10 flights per week. The Singapore low-cost airline will also replace its existing 777 schedules from Changi Airport with new 787s as they arrive starting in May.

“The additional services to Don Mueang will give our guests more choice and options. The new convenient departure time from Singapore means you’ll arrive into Bangkok just in time for… lunch,” said Scoot’s CEO, Campbell Wilson. “And in May this year, we’ll be introducing the 787 Dreamliner to Thailand.”