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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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  • Virgin Australia to buy remaining 40% of Tigerair Australia

    News | 17 Oct 2014 00:51 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Virgin Australia has agreed to buy the remaining 40% stake in Tigerair Australia from Singapore’s Tiger Airways Holdings for the nominal sum of A$1 ($0.88).
  • Tigerair utilises additional S$35m from rights offering

    News | 16 Oct 2014 03:15 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Tigerair parent company Tiger Airways Holdings has utilised a further S$35 million ($27.5 million) from the S$297 million raised in its 2013 rights and preferential securities offering.
  • Tigerair to suspend flights to Perth, Phnom Penh and Bandung

    News | 13 Oct 2014 07:45 | Aaron Chong

    Tigerair will suspend flights to Bandung Phnom Penh and Perth over the coming months.
  • Tigerair to lease surplus spin-off aircraft to IndiGo

    News | 09 Oct 2014 11:43 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Singaporean budget carrier Tigerair's parent company, Tiger Airways Holdings, is to sub-lease 12 surplus aircraft to Indian operator IndiGo.
  • Irelandia Aviation and IAMSA create Grupo Viva

    News | 06 Oct 2014 20:18 | Ghim-Lay Yeo

    The owners of Latin American low-cost carriers VivaAerobus and VivaColombia have formalised plans to expand the Viva brand in Latin America, indicating the creation of new low-cost carriers elsewhere in the region.
  • 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.