Singapore Airlines-controlled low-cost carriers (LCCs) Tiger Airways and Scoot, as well as Changi Airport Group, are looking at ways to assist passengers who wish to make connections between the two airlines. Both of the LCCs have said publicly that they have no plans for a formal tie-up. But Tiger’s group CEO, Chin Yauseng, says talks are underway between the two airlines and the airport to see how they can assist passengers to come up with a “DIY [do-it-yourself] solution.” Passengers ...

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