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Tiger Airways and SEAIR to Launch Manila Clark - Macau Flights

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Tiger Airways and South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR) have added a third route to their Partner Airline programme.

From 27 May 2011, SEAIR will operate daily flights from Manila (Clark) to Macau as its third international destination, after Singapore and Hong Kong. The new route will similarly offer special fares to tourists, business travellers and Filipinos working abroad on the important link between the Philippines and China.

Under the Partner Airline programme, SEAIR operates short-haul flights on Airbus aircraft leased from Tiger Airways, while Tiger Airways markets the seats through its website.

SEAIR and Tiger Airways launched their Partner Airline programme in November 2010 with the Manila Clark-Singapore route, which started operations on 17 December 2010. This was followed by a second service from Manila Clark to Hong Kong which started operations on 14 March 2011 to meet the growing demand from price conscious, savvy travellers.

Tony Davis, President & Group CEO of Tiger Airways, said, We are delighted with the growth of our Partner Airline programme with SEAIR. We also look forward to developing our collaboration by acquiring a 32.5% equity stake in SEAIR. Combining Tiger Airways successful business model with SEAIRs established presence in the Philippines will benefit its people and travellers with more low fares and employment opportunities.

Approvals from both the Philippines and Macau authorities have already been obtained by SEAIR to operate services between Manila (Clark) and Macau.

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