You can stay logged on in the air thanks to in-flight Wi-Fi. Prices start from US$11.95 for one hour through to US$21.95 for 24-hour access, which includes Internet on any onward Scoot flight you might be boarding. You also have access to in-flight entertainment when you download the ScooTV app on your smartphone, tablet or laptop.
Unfortunately, there are no USB charging ports available on these flights but there are charging points within your seat to keep your gadgets charged throughout the flight. These charging points are universal, so are suitable for Australian gadgets
Once you board, you will receive a welcome drink and one additional alcoholic beverage of your choice. You have a large selection to choose from, including hot drinks such as coffee and alcoholic drinks such as beer and wine.
If you want to have a meal, you have to pre-order your food 72 hours before the flight. The Premium Selections menu is complimentary for those flying ScootBiz and the meals include chicken rice, ayam rendang, which is a Malaysian Indonesian dish, or teriyaki chicken. You must order your food 72 hours before boarding.
If you want any other food, you have to fork out for it. Hot meals start from $12 and include meals such as beef and mushroom lasagne, braised chicken with rice and cardamom chicken. You also have access to a wide range of snacks, such as Pringles, Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate, cashew nuts and many more. These start from $2 and end at $6. You can also request water for free.
You can fly to and from the following destinations in business class on the 787:
Scoot is also launching four-times-weekly non-stop flights to Berlin from Singapore from 20 June 2018, which will be operating across the 787.
With priority boarding, access to inflight Wi-Fi and the option to recline in comfort while you’re flying to your destination, Scoot is a budget airline to consider for your next trip away. However, if you’re used to maximum luxury when flying business class with other airlines, flying ScootBiz may not be for you.
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