Air Scotland Boeing 737-700
IATA - CT
ICAO - SCT
Callsign - Scottish
Air Scotland first introduced the Boeing 737-700 in 2008 when the airline launched services to Nova Scotia and Newfoundland in Canada, deeming the 757 to be too large for this thin route the Boeing 737-700 was the perfect type to fill the niche, and allowed Air Scotland to expands its presence within the Canadian market. The routes proved to be a success allowing passengers to fly point to point as well as offering connections at both ends onto the rest of Canada and vise versa Europe.
The 737-700 is fitted with Air Scotland's full international business class product, alongside premium economy and economy seating. Rumors for the order of the Boeing 737 Max 7 have circulated however as of yet Air Scotland Group has made no mention of placing an order for the type.