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  • Cebu Pacific to take full control of Tigerair Philippines

    Cebu Pacific Air will take full control of Tigerair Philippines after Singapore’s Tiger Airways Holdings agreed to sell its 40% stake in the carrier.

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  • Cebu Pacific posts H1 profit of 1.82bn pesos

    <p>Philippine carrier Cebu Pacific Air returned to the black in the first half of 2009 after revenues increased due to...

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  • Sydney Airport positive on LCCs driving growth

    News | 21 Aug 2014 03:14 | Ellis Taylor

    Sydney Airport expects that low-cost carriers will drive increased passenger numbers and aeronautical revenues over the near future.
  • Cebu Pacific seeks unused PAL route entitlements

    News | 05 Aug 2014 03:22 | Firdaus Hashim

    Philippine low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific Air has filed applications with the country’s Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) for a reallocation of entitlements to three countries that are not being utilised by Philippine Airlines.
  • Intrepid places A330s with Eva Air

    News | 04 Aug 2014 15:21 | Olivier Bonnassies

    Taiwan’s Eva Air is to lease a pair of Airbus A330-300 aircraft from Intrepid Aviation.
  • ​Tigerair sees overseas revenue, Scoot as key to survival

    News | 24 Jul 2014 07:45 | Greg Waldron

    Tigerair sees better overseas sales and its yet-to-be-approved tie-up with Scoot as the cornerstone of achieving profitability.
  • ANALYSIS: Southeast Asia’s long-haul, low-cost renaissance

    News | 20 Jun 2014 07:39 | Greg Waldron

    No one will confuse Southeast Asia’s long-haul, low-cost carriers with their staid, full service rivals. Campbell Wilson, chief executive of Singapore’s Scoot, once held a competition with a colleague aboard a Boeing 777-200ER operating the Bangkok-Singapore route. He announced that each of them would push a duty free sales cart down an aisle. The colleague who sold the most would become “CEO for a day.” The passengers loved it, but unfortunately Wilson found himself out of work for a day: he was only able to sell S$120 ($95) worth of goods against the colleague’s S$360.
  • Tigerair falls to S$52m loss for FY2014

    News | 05 May 2014 00:54 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Singapore based low-cost carrier group Tigerair has reported a S$52 million ($41.5 million) loss for the financial year ended 31 March, dragged down by a tough final quarter.