Four South Korean airlines are urging the government to block the launch of a local affiliate of Singaporeâ€™s Tiger Airways. Jeju Air, Air Busan, Yeongnam Air and Jin Air object that Incheon Tiger Airways, 51% owned by the city government of Incheon and its associates, will infringe national sovereignty, because Tiger will effectively be in control. They urge the transport ministry not to grant it an operating license. The carriers add that Tiger Aviation Pte. Ltd., which is the ...
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