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Scoot

Scoot Pte Ltd. is a Singapore-based low-cost long-haul airline. It operates flights on medium and long-haul routes from Singapore, initially to Australia and China, using Boeing 777 aircraft obtained from its parent company, Singapore Airlines. Its head office is in Terminal 1 at Changi Airport in Changi.

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Singapore Airlines - History - Scoot
... On 1 November 2011, it was announced that the low-cost airline would be named Scoot and would begin flights from mid-2012 with a fleet of four Boeing 777-200 wide-body aircraft ...
Peugeot Scoot'Elec
... The Peugeot Scoot'Elec was an electric motor scooter produced by Peugeot in France ... Launched in 1996, the Scoot'elec was based on the Zenith, with which it shares body panels and suspension parts ... The Scoot'Elec was discontinued in 2006 a replacement model, the E-Vivacity, is projected for 2011 release ...
ECWA Super 8 Tournament - Past Tournament Results - 2000
... Quarterfinals Semifinals Final 1 Scoot Andrews 8 Trent Acid Scoot Andrews Chad Collyer 4 Chad Collyer 5 Shark Boy Scoot Andrews Christopher Daniels 3 Jet Jaguar 6 Jeff Peterson Jet ...
Scoot.com - History
... The origins of Scoot began in March 1993 when businessman Nigel Robertson bought the freephone number 192 ... from BT for an estimated value of just £100 ... Bonnier renamed the company Scoot, and the firm began to aggressively promote itself with television advertising in the UK and a link-up with French media giant Vivendi to promote ... In 2005, Enable Media Ltd acquired a 20 year licence from BT to operate Scoot, with its 2,500 local advertisers, for a rumoured £10m ...
Shoot-and-scoot
... The term shoot and scoot refers to an artillery tactic of firing at a target and then immediately moving away from the location where the shots were fired ... Shoot and scoot was originally made possible and used by Soviet Katyusha rocket artillery, whose rudimentary construction of rails on a truck chassis made it ... Shoot and scoot tactics were first adopted by NATO in the early 1960s by its nuclear artillery units using towed 8-inch Howitzers and truck-mounted MGR-1 Honest John rockets ...