Seair seeks rights allocations to three countries

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Philippine low-cost carrier Seair has filed applications with the country's civil aeronautics board to be allocated rights to serve South Korea, Taiwan and Indonesia.

In its application, the carrier says it wants to launch twice daily services from Manila to Seoul, Busan and Jeju, with 2,250 seats on each route.

In a separate application, Seair is also seeking rights to serve Taipei, Kaohsiung, Jakarta, Surabaya and Denpasar from Manila, with the same frequency and seat allocation.

The carrier did not specify start dates for each of the services, but says it plans to use Airbus A320 family aircraft on the routes.

Innovata schedules show that Seair will be the only operator on the Manila to Surabaya and Jeju routes.