Low-cost airline Scoot plans to take delivery of its first 787-9 in November this year, which will lead to it operating an all-Boeing 787 fleet by the middle of 2015. The airline currently operates six ageing 777-200s, which will be retired by the middle of next year. Scoot plans to use the 787-9, which will be fitted with 35 ‘all-leather’ premium seats in ScootBiz class, arranged in a 2-3-2 layout and 340 economy seats in a 3-3-3 configuration, on destinations to Australia, Japan and Taiwan.

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