Clear from Boeing's 787 Surge line out of Everett's Mega Building, Scoot Airlines has started its own Purge Line. It is administering a holistic approach, by replacing each of its family of existing larger aircraft with an exclusivity for Boeing 787 models. They are taking in one 787 a month since the first of the year in 2015. July, Scoot received its first 787-8, the smaller of the two currently available Boeing models. It has already received five 787-9's.
The last 777-200 Scoot operates will go away by late August 2015, while more 787 are on the way. The surge/purge will result in a total of Ten 787-9's, and Ten 787-8's, as the company expands by becoming an all 787 fleet of twenty. This purging of the old inventory, and its 787 expansion will represent a first with what the 787 model can do for a business plan in total. Boeing's marketing talking points can use Scoot's 2016 financial results, having a true picture what the all 787 fleet does to an Airline's Bottom line.
Budget Airlines beware, Scoot has your number.