Scoot 787 Singapore-Hong Kong Scoot Biz

Check-in at Singapore Changi airport.

Boarding for Hong Kong

Scoot Dreamliner taken us to Hong Kong

Singapore(SIN) –  Hong Kong(HKG)
Monday, June 26
Depart: 6:05AM
Arrive: 9:35AM
Duration: 3hr30min
Aircraft: Boeing 787-8

Boarding through door L1
Scoot Biz

For this flight, Scoot allow Economy passenger using door L1 even though they also opened door L2, I think that they are trying to squeeze boarding time a little bit, but this is not a smart idea for a traditional airline.

Economy Bulkhead

As I have mention in my quick review, Scoot create a Zone Called "Scoot Silence" which is generally a kid's free zone! No kids under the age of 12 are allowed on this seats. These seats are recognized as "Super Seats" Which offer 35-inch of pitch and adjustable headrests. First row is called Bulkhead seat which is even more expensive than a Super seats. Aside from Super and Bulkhead, all seats feature about 31 inch of pitch and no adjustable headrest.


Scoot opened the Cockpit door before pushback, I was able to snap a picture of it.

Life Vest

Scoot Biz seats have life vest in the center console due to the leg rest, Economy have life vest under the seat.

ScooTV code

After take off, Scoot Biz passenger receive a ScooTV code, I wish Scoot Biz Passenger recieve Wifi code instead.

Dreamliner lighting

One feature the 787 have that is cool is this lighting shown in this image.

Scoot Biz meal

Scoot passenger will receive one free meals onboard, I pre-order mine, which is Stew Chicken Chestnut. Is pretty good for a Premium Economy meal.

Economy overall

Economy class onboard, not very large seat width compare to other airlines.

Wonderful Window view

The window view outside looks amazing when we are in the middle of the flight.

Arriving Hong Kong

Scoot only uses door L2 when they are overseas, which they hold other passengers in order to let Scoot Biz passengers leave first.

Scoot Dreamliner Hong Kong

Scoot Dreamliner that we flew on, I sure that many of you will find that I have use this image a lot of time.



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