Fleet Overview

This page accurately depicts the Aircraft currently in operation with the Scoot Airline and the Value Alliance partners we simulate.

We update the page on a regular basis to ensure our virtual fleet matches.

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Scoot
Boeing 777-200ER

On 4 June 2012, Scoot began its first flight to Sydney Airport in Australia, with Boeing 777-200ER aircraft acquired from its parent airline, Singapore Airlines, reconfigured with a new seating layout and modified (de-rated) engines. All subsequent deliveries (total of six) would be reconfigured this way. Scoot's 777's were operated in a two-class configuration, ScootBiz and Economy.

By the middle of 2015 Scoot had planned to retire all six of its Boeing 777-200ERs and move to an all-Boeing 787 fleet.
That goal was accomplished in September 2015, with Scoot's last B777-200 retiring in style with a pajama party on its final flight on the Singapore-Taipei-Tokyo route.

Although officially retired from Scoot, our 777-200's will remain in storage and are available for operation through our aircraft substitution policy.


Aircraft Information:

Model:

B777-200ER

Manufacturer:

Boeing

Configuration:

C32/Y370

Schedule Code:

B772

Operational Information:

Passengers:

402

MTOW:

656,000 lb (297,550 kg)

Flightdeck Crew:

2

Service Ceiling:

43,100 ft

Maximum Range:

7,065 nm

Typical Cruise Speed:

Mach 0.84 @ 35,000 ft

Fleet Information:

In Service:

Nil

Retired:

6

Schedules Available:

Substitute B788/9

Final Delivery Date:

28. Oct 2013 / 9V-OTF

Winglets:

Not equipped

Status / Fate:

Stored/Boeing/NokScoot

Boeing 777-200ER

NokScoot is unable to import any of Scoot's five Boeing 777s as a Thai DCA rule prohibits the import of aircraft older than 14 years. Thus, NokScoot had to lease newer Boeing 777-200ERs from Singapore Airlines for five years for its launch.
On 23 November 2014, NokScoot took delivery of its first Boeing 777-200ER's operating in a two-class configuration, ScootBiz and Economy.


Aircraft Information:

Model:

B777-200ER

Manufacturer:

Boeing

Configuration:

C24/Y391

Schedule Code:

B772

Operational Information:

Passengers:

415

MTOW:

656,000 lb (297,550 kg)

Flightdeck Crew:

2

Service Ceiling:

43,100 ft

Maximum Range:

7,065 nm

Typical Cruise Speed:

Mach 0.84 @35,000ft

Fleet Information:

In Service:

4

Retired:

Nil

On Order:

Nil

Previous Delivery Date:

October 2017 / HS-XBD

Winglets:

Not equipped

Average Age:

16.4 Years

Boeing 787-8

In mid-2015 Scoot took the first of ten Boeing 787-8s to be delivered to replace its six Boeing 777-200ERs. The Dreamliner represents a step-change for Scoot, allowing them to take their onboard customer experience to a new level and to greatly expand their network. The 787's significant advances in efficiency will enable Scoot to continue offering safe and reliable service, with increased comfort and even greater value airfares.

Customers traveling on Scoot's new 787 will experience the passenger-pleasing features of the Dreamliner such as larger, electronically dimmable windows and larger overhead luggage bins. The lower cabin altitude, higher humidity levels, advanced air filtration and smoother-ride technology, help make the flying experience more comfortable and allow passengers to arrive at their destination more refreshed. Scoot 787's are operated in a two-class configuration, ScootBiz and Economy.


Aircraft Information:

Model:

787-8 Dreamliner

Manufacturer:

Boeing

Configuration:

C21/Y314

Schedule Code:

B788

Operational Information:

Passengers:

335

MTOW:

502,000 lb (228,000 kg)

Flightdeck Crew:

2

Service Ceiling:

43,000 ft

Maximum Range:

7,355 nm

Typical Cruise Speed:

Mach 0.85

Fleet Information:

In Service:

9

Retired:

Nil

On Order:

1

Previous Delivery Date:

Aug 2017 / 9V-OFJ

Winglets:

Not equipped

Average Age:

1.4 Years

Airbus A319

On 25 July 2017, Tigerair was officially merged into Scoot. All of Tigerair's A319 and A320 aircraft were transferred to Scoot.

Scoot has started repainting the airplanes in Scoot’s livery and expects to complete the process by the middle of 2018. Passengers still may be travelling in a Tigerair aircraft until repainting has been completed.


Aircraft Information:

Model:

A319-100

Manufacturer:

Airbus

Configuration:

Y144

Schedule Code:

A319

Operational Information:

Passengers:

144

MTOW:

166,000 lb (75,296 kg)

Flightdeck Crew:

2

Service Ceiling:

40,000 ft

Maximum Range:

3,600 nm

Typical Cruise Speed:

Mach [email protected] ft

Fleet Information:

In Service:

2

Retired:

Nil

On Order:

Nil

Previous Delivery Date:

31. July 2017 / 9V-TRB

Winglets:

Not equipped

Average Age:

8.8 Years

Airbus A320

On 25 July 2017, Tigerair was officially merged into Scoot. All of Tigerair's A319 and A320 aircraft were transferred to Scoot.

Scoot has started repainting the airplanes in Scoot’s livery and expects to complete the process by the middle of 2018. Passengers still may be travelling in a Tigerair aircraft until repainting has been completed.


Aircraft Information:

Model:

A320-232

Manufacturer:

Airbus

Configuration:

Y180

Schedule Code:

A320

Operational Information:

Passengers:

180

MTOW:

172,000 lb (78,000 kg)

Flightdeck Crew:

2

Service Ceiling:

41,000 ft

Maximum Range:

3,100 nm

Typical Cruise Speed:

Mach 0.78

Fleet Information:

In Service:

22

Retired:

Nil

On Order:

Nil

Previous Delivery Date:

November 2017 / 9V-TAX

Winglets:

Not equipped

Average Age:

6.4 Years

Boeing 787-9

In February 2015, Scoot took the first of ten Boeing 787-9s to be delivered to replace its six Boeing 777-200ERs. The Dreamliner represents a step-change for Scoot, allowing them to take their onboard customer experience to a new level and to greatly expand their network. The 787's significant advances in efficiency will enable Scoot to continue offering safe and reliable service, with increased comfort and even greater value airfares.

Scoot’s spanking new 787 Dreamliner aircraft will re-define your travel experience. It's quieter, roomier, lighter. Travel on cloud nine in spacious cabins and seats. Stash your cabin bags safely overhead with larger overhead bins. Upload your selfies live from 39,000 feet above! It's advanced technology and lighter weight mean more fuel efficiency. Scoot 787's are operated in a two-class configuration, ScootBiz and Economy.


Aircraft Information:

Model:

787-9 Dreamliner

Manufacturer:

Boeing

Configuration:

C35/Y340

Schedule Code:

B789

Operational Information:

Passengers:

375

MTOW:

277,000 lb (126,000kg)

Flightdeck Crew:

2

Service Ceiling:

43,000 ft

Maximum Range:

7,635 nm

Typical Cruise Speed:

Mach 0.85

Fleet Information:

In Service:

6

Retired:

Nil

On Order:

Nil

Previous Delivery Date:

09. Oct 2015 / 9V-OJF

Winglets:

Not equipped

Average Age:

2.5 Years


Airbus A319

CEB’s all Airbus fleet was marked by the maiden flights of its Airbus A319 to Zamboanga and Butuan on July 27, 2006.
The new Airbus fleet replaced the ageing DC-9 planes.

In July 2012, Cebu Pacific announced its intention to sell its entire fleet of 10 Airbus A319 aircraft to Allegiant Travel Company allowing CEB to trade up to bigger, brand new Airbus A320 aircraft.

By March 2016, three A319 aircraft had been sold to Allegiant Air, with a further agreement reached in May 2016, to sell and deliver another four A319 aircraft from 2017 to 2018.


Aircraft Information:

Model:

A319-111

Manufacturer:

Airbus

Configuration:

Y156

Schedule Code:

A319

Operational Information:

Passengers:

Y156

MTOW:

166,000 lb (75,296 kg)

Cockpit Crew:

2

Service Ceiling:

40,000 ft

Maximum Range:

3,600 nm

Typical Cruise Speed:

Mach 0.78 @ 36,000 ft

Fleet Information:

In Service:

1

Retired:

9 - Stored/Sold Allegiant Air

On Order:

Nil

Final Delivery Date:

09. Aug 2006 / RP-C3197

Sharklets:

Not Equipped

Average Age:

11.2 Years


Airbus A320

In May 2005, Cebu Pacific received two Airbus A320 aircraft on lease from CIT Leasing and operated its first service with the new aircraft on June 3, 2005, from Manila to Davao City.

In June 2011, Cebu Air Inc. announced that it was purchasing seven Airbus A320s for $3.8 billion, allowing it to more than double its fleet by 2021 and expand its international routes. The A320s would be delivered between 2015 and 2021. Previous orders for 18 A320 to be delivered through 2014 brought the total Airbus order to 55.

On January 22, 2016 the airline received its first Airbus A320 with a new livery. The aircraft was delivered brand-new from the Airbus factory in Toulouse, France.

RP-C3275 is painted in getgo livery while remaining orders will be received in the new livery. 2 orders were converted to A321neo.


Aircraft Information:

Model:

A320-214

Manufacturer:

Airbus

Configuration:

Y179

Schedule Code:

A320

Operational Information:

Passengers:

179

MTOW:

172,000 lb (78,000 kg)

Cockpit Crew:

2

Service Ceiling:

40,000 ft

Maximum Range:

3,100 nm (3,300 sharklets)

Typical Cruise Speed:

Mach 0.78 @ 36,000 ft

Fleet Information:

In Service:

36

Retired:

6

On Order:

Nil

Previous Delivery Date:

22. Apr 2016 / RP-C4108

Sharklets:

17 Aircraft

Average Age:

5.3 Years


Airbus A330

In June 2013, Cebu Pacific took delivery of its first A330-300 leased from CIT, and was used to launch the carrier’s new long haul low fare operation. Cebu Pacific has specified a single class layout for its A330 fleet seating 436 passengers. The airline initially operated the first aircraft on medium haul regional routes, before launching its first long haul services to Dubai in October.

On January 31, 2012 the airline announced a lease order for eight Airbus A330-300 aircraft for use in long-haul flights. The A330-300 replaced the Boeing 757-200 which retired from operation in 2006.


Aircraft Information:

Model:

A330-343

Manufacturer:

Airbus

Configuration:

Y436

Schedule Code:

A330

Operational Information:

Passengers:

436

MTOW:

534,000 lb (242,000 kg)

Cockpit Crew:

2

Service Ceiling:

41,000 ft

Maximum Range:

6,350 nm

Typical Cruise Speed:

Mach 0.82 @ 36,100 ft

Fleet Information:

In Service:

8

Retired:

Nil

On Order:

Nil

Previous Delivery Date:

May 2017 / RP-C3348

Sharklets:

Not equipped

Average Age:

3.1 Years


McDonnell Douglas DC-9

In November,1995 Cebu Pacific took delivery of it's first DC-9 leased from Pacific Virgin Islands Holding starting its service to Hong Kong.

On July 27, 2006 Cebu Pacific started flying an all new Airbus fleet to replace the DC9 planes that served CEB for the last ten years.

The historic last flight of the airline’s DC9 aircraft was held on July 26, 2006 with its 5J569 / 570 Manila-Cebu-Manila flight. The airline gave a ceremonial retirement to its DC9 as the plane made its way to the domestic airport and also gave away 6 commemorative DC9 photos as Fun Flights prizes on the last flight.


Although officially retired from Cebu Pacific, our DC9's will remain in storage and are available for operation through our aircraft substitution policy.


Aircraft Information:

Model:

DC-9-31/32

Manufacturer:

McDonnell Douglas

Configuration:

Y110/Y115

Schedule Code:

DC91

Operational Information:

Passengers:

110-115

MTOW:

98,000 lb (44,500kg)

Cockpit Crew:

2

Service Ceiling:

25,000 ft

Maximum Range:

1,605 nm

Typical Cruise Speed:

Mach 0.75

Fleet Information:

In Service:

Nil

Retired:

19

Schedules Available:

Event/Historical

Final Delivery Date:

07. Oct 2003 / RP-C1546

Winglets:

Not equipped

Status/Fate:

Orion Airlines LLC


Boeing 757-200

In December,2001 Cebu Pacific took delivery of it's first Boeing 757 which was delivered to Manila. With an original passenger capacity of 200, the plane was re-configured by Cebu Pacific to accommodate 179 seats to give passengers more personal space.

On February,2002 CEB took delivery of its second Boeing 757, as part of its initial thrust to strengthen its international operations. Dubbed the "City of Manila," the B757 was used for Cebu Pacific's Seoul-Manila route. As its name implies, the aircraft's facade feature livery's that typify the hustle and bustle of Manila , considered to be one of the key cities of Southeast Asia.

The 757 was chosen for its reliability and ability to deliver on-time performance. With its quiet operation passengers could experience superior comfort to their destination. CEB would settle on a final fleet of three 757's.

In 2006 the last 757 was retired and replaced by the Airbus A320/A330 aircraft. Our Scoot Virtual DC9's will remain in storage and are available for operation through our aircraft substitution policy.


Aircraft Information:

Model:

B757-236

Manufacturer:

Boeing

Configuration:

Y179

Schedule Code:

B752

Operational Information:

Passengers:

179

MTOW:

255,000 lb (115,680kg)

Cockpit Crew:

2

Service Ceiling:

42,000 ft

Maximum Range:

3,900 nm

Typical Cruise Speed:

Mach 0.80 @ 35,000 ft

Fleet Information:

In Service:

Nil

Retired:

3

Schedules Available:

Historical

Final Delivery Date:

14. Feb 2002/ RP-C2716

Winglets:

Not equipped

Status/Fate:

Air Slovakia/Fargo Bank


Boeing 737-800(WL)

Tigerair Australia expanded into short-haul international flights when Virgin Australia transferred some of its services between Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth and Denpasar the Indonesian island of Bali to Tigerair from 23 March 2016.

These services use three Boeing 737-800 aircraft, wet-leased from–and operated by–Virgin Australia, with Tigerair providing the flight attendants.


Aircraft Information:

Model:

B737-8FE(WL)

Manufacturer:

Boeing

Config:

Y180

Schedule Code:

B738

Operational Information:

Passengers:

180

MTOW:

174,200 lb (79,010 kg)

Cockpit Crew:

2

Service Ceiling:

43,000 ft

Maximum Range:

3,115 nm Winglets

Typical Cruise Speed:

Mach 0.78

Fleet Information:

In Service:

3

Retired:

1 (Virgin Australia)

On Order:

Nil

Previous Delivery Date:

30. Oct 2016 / VH-VOR

Winglets:

All Aircraft

Average Age:

13.2 Years


Airbus A320

Tiger Airways Australia's first A320 scheduled flight was TT 7402, which departed from Melbourne for the Gold Coast on 23 November 2007. By 21 October 2010 Tiger announced that it was adding two Airbus A320 aircraft to the Melbourne base in the new year, bringing its Victorian fleet to a total of ten aircraft, in line with a deal struck with the State government.

Tigerair Australia currently operates 14 A320 aircraft domestically across 18 routes and to 11 destinations around Australia. In July 2016, Virgin Australia and the airline confirmed that the entire A320 fleet will be replaced with Boeing 737-800s by 2019.


Aircraft Information:

Model:

A320-232

Manufacturer:

Airbus

Config:

Y180

Schedule Code:

A320

Operational Information:

Passengers:

180

MTOW:

172,000 lb (78,000 kg)

Cockpit Crew:

2

Service Ceiling:

41,000 ft

Maximum Range:

3,100 nm (3,300 Sharklets)

Typical Cruise Speed:

Mach 0.78 @ 36,000 ft

Fleet Information:

In Service:

14

Retired:

Nil

On Order:

Nil

Previous Delivery Date:

21. Aug 2015 / VH-VNB

Sharklets:

1 Aircraft (VH-XUH)

Average Age:

8.1 Years


Airbus A320(WL)

Vanilla Air took delivery of its first A320 aircraft, JA01VA, on 14 November 2013. Its aircraft are equipped with CFM56 engines and are leased from AWAS to ANA Holdings. Their 13th A320-214, JA13VA arrived in Japan late August 2017.


Aircraft Information:

Model:

A320-214(WL)

Manufacturer:

Airbus

Config:

Y180

Schedule Code:

A320

Operational Information:

Passengers:

180

MTOW:

172,000 lb (78,000 kg)

Cockpit Crew:

2

Service Ceiling:

41,000 ft

Maximum Range:

3,300 nm Sharklets

Typical Cruise Speed:

M 0.78 @ 35,000 ft

Fleet Information:

In Service:

13

Retired:

3

On Order:

1

Previous Delivery Date:

Aug 2017 / JA13VA

Sharklets:

All Aircraft

Average Age:

2.4 Years