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  • Tigerair CEO steps down after 21 months

    ​Tiger Airways Holdings chief executive Koay Peng Yen has resigned after serving in the role for less than two years, to be replaced by a SIA veteran.

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  • Cathay mulls low-cost venture as Jetstar Hong Kong's approval looms

    Cathay Pacific believes that there must be "fair and reciprocal" opportunities for all airlines when an application...

  • ANALYSIS: Tiger eyes Southeast Asia after Virgin Australia deal

    Virgin Australia's proposed acquisition of a majority stake in Tiger Airways Australia spells good news for the budget...

  • Scoot to consider a mixed 787 fleet

    Long-haul low-cost carrier Scoot could take a mix of Boeing 787s instead of all 20 of the -9 variants ordered by its...

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  • Singapore regulator clears SEAir Cebu Pacific tie up

    News | 21 Sep 2014 14:36 | Oliver Clark

    Singapore's competition regulator has cleared the acquisition by Cebu Air of Tigerair subsidiary Southeast Asian Airlines (SEAir) after deciding it would not lead to a “substantial lessening” of competition on routes between Singapore and Clark International airport in the Philippines.
  • SIA Q1 profit halves with weak demand, Tiger's losses

    News | 30 Jul 2014 10:53 | Mavis Toh

    ​Singapore Airlines’ operating profit plunged 52.4% to S$39 million for the first quarter of its fiscal 2014-15, due to weaker yields amid intense competition in key Asian markets.
  • Tigerair appoints new chairman

    News | 11 Jul 2014 15:34 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Tigerair parent company Tiger Airways Holdings has announced that Hsieh Fu Hua will be appointed as its next chairman following the airline’s annual general meeting on 31 July.
  • 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.
  • ANALYSIS: Tigerair Mandala's final roar

    News | 19 Jun 2014 08:44 | Greg Waldron

    Tigerair’s decision to cut its losses at Tigerair Mandala was the correct one, as the struggling unit categorically failed to gain any traction in Indonesia’s brutally competitive market.
  • Tiger unclear about recent share price jump

    News | 02 Jun 2014 04:53 | Greg Waldron

    ​Tiger Airways Holdings has responded to a query from the Singapore stock exchange (SGX) regarding a sharp jump in its shares last week, and acknowledged it has heard rumours about possible action by SIA.