Class rating 4.4
- Boarding 5.3
- Seat for sitting 5.0
- Seat for sleeping 3.7
- Service 4.0
- Entertainment 4.3
- Food & drink 4.0
- Punctuality 3.0
- Baggage 4.0
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ScootBiz is more like a normal premium economy cabin than a business class.
The 32 seats have a 38-inch seat pitch, which is the standard in many other airlines' premium economy sections. Seats are 22 inches wide and have an eight-inch recline.
Passengers benefit from preferred seat selection and complimentary rental of a pre-loaded iPad with films, music and TV shows. They also get up to two complimentary meals with beverages, depending on the flight.
Other benefits include 20kg of checked luggage allowance and up to 15kg/two bags of carry-on baggage plus priority boarding, in-seat power, a comfort kit if travelling overnight and fast-track check-in at Scoot's dedicated ScootBiz counter.
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IPAD is no more a complimentary entertainment item but a chargeable one. I only found out this when I re-visit their website where I've booked an upcoming flight in end Feb 2013. I was told to pay additional charges despite that this booking Ive made was in early October 2012 - that was when IPAD was offered as in inclusive item then in SccotBiz. This is the... more
Trying Scoot for the first time on this 02.10hrs flight from Singapore to Sydney, arriving 12.30pm. No priority baggage exists here for scootbiz customers, which would not have taken much to provide. With good expectations being a baby of Singapore Airlines, we were considerably shocked (!!!) at the crew capability, and the disorientated service on board. Some crew... more