Posted on: 14 December 2015 by Ross McSweeny
Singapore-based, low-fare long-haul airline Scoot has launched a range of enhancements to its in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) services.
These enhancements include in-flight Wi-Fi, a revamped ScootBiz (business class), and upgraded ScooTV so that it streams to personal devices.“Scoot strives to deliver exceptional value, superb choices and service with Scootitude to our guests, and we are pleased to unveil our latest ScootBiz and ScooTV enhancements, airport transfer options, along with our new Web Check-in and Scoot-to-Gate service that aim to delight at every point of the guest journey,” said Steven Greenway, Scoot head of Commercial. “Our latest initiatives transform the low-cost travel experience for guests, enabling them to enjoy a wider range of customisation options as they continue to benefit from great value airfares.”ScootBiz passengers get a full-leather cradle seat with a 38" (96cm) seat pitch, 22" (56cm) width, 8" (20cm) recline and fully adjustable headrests and legrests. In-seat power is also available.Scoot’s in-flight connectivity is available in three timed sessions – one hour costs US$11.95, three hours is US$16.95 or 24 hours is US$21.95. Scoot’s in-flight Wi-Fi can be purchased before and on-board the flight, with no data usage limit within each session.Scoot’s re-launched streaming in-flight entertainment service (ScooTV) delivers Hollywood and Asian movies, TV series and children’s content onto personal devices including mobile phones. ScooTV is complimentary for ScootBiz passengers and available at an all-in price of US$11 for others, with access lasting the entire duration of a flight sector.