Scoot Airways has announced plans to expand its route and flight destination network in China, with the addition of flights to Shenyang , Scoot Qingdao and Scoot Tianjin. The new Scoot Singapore based low cost airline, which last week commenced flights to Tianjin, will continue its growth in China's busy northeastern cities. The new Singapore-Qingdao-Shenyang destination route will operate 3 times a week from 27 November 2012 using Scoot Airways 2-class Boeing 777 planes.
Scoot Shenyang and Qingdao are very exiting new additions to Scoot Airway's fast growing travel network, and it's great to be launching 2 more China destinations as mentioned by Scoot's CEO Campbell Wilson.
The city of Shenyang is the capital of Liaoning province and has a population of approximately 8.2 million people, while Qingdao city is in the Shandong province port city and home to China's famous Tsing Tao beer and has a population to an estimated 8.8m people.
Scoot Airlines, which launched flights earlier this year, currently offers flights to 6 other destinations – Sydney, Singapore, Sydney, Melbourne, Gold Coast, Bangkok and Tianjin. Flights to Tokyo Japan and Taipei Taiwan also due to commence later this year.
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