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Old 15th February 2020, 11:29 AM   #26
Maxi-Air
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SQ has quietly further reduced their 787-10 order from a total backlog of 47 frames to 44. These frames on order were transferred to Scoot (+1 787-8 and +2 787-9), as reflected in the latest (Nov 2019) O&D page for the 787.

http://active.boeing.com/commercial/...tF=View+Report

This leaves 29 787-10s to be delivered to SQ.
Wonder if this isn't still too many?

If they replace roughly 9 333, 8 772/77E, 5 773 thats still just 22 aircraft and we all know how "intensively" these fleets are used. So that leaves 10+ aircraft for growth? Let alone all additional regional A350 deliveries.

Can we expect another amendment to that order soon? Are there growth opportunities for Scoot at the moment?
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