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The southeast Asia budget airlines war is feeling like the U.S. market circa 2003. Will Scoot be Singapore's Song? Or something better after all?

This airline really has some Scootitude — that is their statement, not mine.

Scoot Airlines is a new low-cost airline that looks to start operations soon and is owned by parent company Singapore Airlines.

The airline currently has a fleet of two Boeing 777s, which previously flew for Singapore Airlines. The aircraft are configured in a 2-class layout with 32 ScootBiz seats in a 2-4-2 configuration and the rest in economy with a 3-4-3 configuration.

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