Second phase of Tiger-SEAir partnership leads to even more competition on Philippine trunk routes

Competition on trunk routes within the Philippines is set to intensify further as Tiger Airways partner Southeast Asian Airlines (SEAir) prepares to launch a new low-cost domestic operation. SEAir, which in Dec-2010 began operating Tiger-branded A319s on international routes, has unveiled plans for the much anticipated second phase of its partnership programme with Tiger. Under the second phase, SEAir will launch high frequency services on the Philippines’ two busiest domestic routes and receive two A320s from Tiger.

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