Scoot Partnerships & Alliances
Scoot, a low-cost carrier based in Singapore, is currently not part of any major airline alliance. However, the airline has codeshare agreements with several other air carriers to expand its reach and offer more destinations to its passengers.
One of Scoot's major codeshare partners is its sister airline, Singapore Airlines. Through this partnership, passengers can seamlessly connect to and from Scoot flights to over 130 destinations in the Singapore Airlines network. Scoot also has codeshare agreements with other airlines such as Air France, KLM, and Virgin Australia, among others.
In addition to codeshare partnerships, Scoot has also formed joint ventures with other airlines. In 2019, Scoot and NokScoot (a joint venture between Scoot's parent company, Singapore Airlines, and Thailand's Nok Air) announced plans to merge and operate under the Scoot brand. This move aimed to strengthen the two airlines' market positions and offer more travel options to customers in the Asia-Pacific region.
Scoot has also partnered with other corporations to enhance its services and offerings. For instance, the airline has collaborated with Changi Airport in Singapore to launch various initiatives that improve the travel experience for passengers. These include automated check-in kiosks, self-bag drop machines, and early check-in services.
While Scoot may not be part of a major airline alliance, its partnerships and codeshare agreements with other airlines and corporations have enabled it to expand its reach and offer more travel options to its customers.
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