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May 24, 2012

22 Photos of Scoot’s First Painted Boeing 777

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The first Boeing 777 for Scoot, the soon-to-be-launched new low cost carrier from Singapore Airlines, has emerged from the paint hangar in Singapore.

This is not the first look at the livery, which has been seen in drawings and on models before. But this is the first time we’ve seen it on a real, giant aircraft.

The plane, a Boeing 777-200ER (9V-OTA) was formerly operated by Scoot’s corporate parent, Singapore Airlines.

What do you think about Scoot’s brand identity? Bright and cheerful, childish and silly or somewhere in between?



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