Singapore's newest budget airline, Scoot, launched its inaugural Singapore to Sydney flight, which landed at Sydney International Airport on June 5.

Over 400 passengers and airline CEO Campbell Wilson were on board the Boeing 777 plane.

The flight was delayed by about two hours (warning lights came on in the cockpit). But after landing came good news: The airline announced they would fly two new routes to Tokyo and Taipei.

Scoot previously confirmed they will be flying to four destinations: Sydney, Gold Coast, Tianjin and Bangkok. Gold Coast flights will commence on June 12.

Last week, the airline also launched ScootProtect travel insurance for guests on board all their flights from Singapore and Australia.