Airline CEOs set to give exclusive insight at World Routes 2019

May 23, 2019
Delegates attending the global route development forum in September will hear from the CEOs of Tigerair Australia, airBaltic, Saudi Arabian Airlines and more.
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Asia Pacific budget carriers show joined-up approach

By Richard Maslen May 20, 2016
The grouping brings together many of the smaller low-cost operators across the Asia Pacific region and the partnership will allow them to better compete with some of the largest budget carriers like IndiGo in India, AirAsia across multiple countries and Qantas subsidiary Jetstar Airways across both the Asia and Pacific markets.
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Scoot’s debut helps grow SIA Group activity in India

By Richard Maslen Apr 22, 2016
The new services to Amritsar, Chennai and Jaipur, will boost the SIA Group’s international network into India to 15 destinations, served by its mainline business, regional operation SilkAir, low-cost brand Tiger Airways and now its medium- and long-haul, low-cost unit, Scoot.
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A Rollercoaster Year for Asian Aviation

Mar 14, 2015
Peter Harbison, executive chairman, CAPA, says growth and turbulence provide excitement – and financial risk – for Asia’s airlines in 2015 in an interview in the latest Routes News magazine.
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Cebu Pacific Takes Control of Tigerair Philippines

By Richard Maslen Jan 09, 2014
Tigerair and Cebu Pacific, the largest budget carriers based in Singapore and the Philippines respectively, have announced plans to enter into a…
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Singapore Airlines' LCC Businesses Spread Their Wings

By Richard Maslen Dec 19, 2013
The short- and long-haul low-cost business interests of Singapore Airlines (SIA) have revealed plans to expand and deepen their collaboration in…
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