Tiger Airways Holdings
Originally founded in 2003, Tiger Airways Holdings Limited was a low cost airline holding company based in Singapore. The company formerly held sizeable majority and minority stakes in a number of Tigerair branded JVs in the Philippines, Indonesia and Australia. Tiger Airways Holdings was wholly owned by the Singapore Airlines Group and only holds a minority stake in its JV in Taiwan.
Tiger Airways Holdings Limited subsidiaries included:
- Tigerair Taiwan (10%, since Sep-2014. JV with China Airlines)
Tiger Airways Holdings Ltd (SGX:J7X) ceased trading on the Singaporean Stock Exchange on 07-Mar-2016, due to Singapore Airlines' plan to acquire wholly-own the carrier. Tiger Airways Holdings received approval from Singapore Exchange Securities Trading for its proposed delisting on 14-Apr-2016. Tigerair became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines. SIA established Budget Aviation Holdings in May-2016 as a new holding company for LCC subsidiaries, Scoot and Tiger Airways. Tiger Airways Holdings was officially delisted on 18-May-2016.
NOTE: This profile displays historical information on Tiger Airways and Tiger Airways Holdings, prior to the acquisition. For more information on Tigerair, please refer to it's profile here. For more information on Singapore Airlines Group, please click here.
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