Scoot’s switch from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport to Don Mueang Airport was celebrated on 1 September 2014 by; Nok Air's CEO, Patee Sarasin, Acting Deputy Director Don Mueang International Airport Kasem Wongsomsri, and Scoot's CEO, Campbell Wilson. An interline agreement between Scoot and Nok Air will enable passengers to travel on a single ticket from Singapore to Mae Sot, or from Sydney to Chiang Rai.
- Scoot, the long-haul low-cost airline from Singapore Airlines, has moved its Bangkok flights to Bangkok Don Mueang (DMK). The 1,437-kilometre daily service from Singapore (SIN) shifted airports on 1 September and will be flown with the airline’s 777s. Competition comes from Thai AirAsia who also operates the same airport pair with six daily flights. In addition there are almost 130 weekly departures from Singapore to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi operated by the likes of Cathay Pacific Airways, Jetstar Asia, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways and Tiger Airways. Scoot’s last truly new route was when it started serving Perth last December.