Affordable Asia through SEAIR

Shortly after announcing the partnership between the SEAIR and Tiger Airways, marketing arrangements had been made that target to provide benefits to its numerous customers across the Asia Pacific Region.

Online PR News – 16-May-2011 – – Such arrangement paved the way for the first jet service that served Clark to Singapore flight. Additional routes operated by SEAIR using these new jet aircraft will be added to the program over the coming months.
These new and more affordable flights will be marketed and distributed using Tiger Airways' established internet booking system, The resulting operational and cost efficiencies will ensure more seats are available and cheaper and will contribute to the growth of SEAIR and the Clark gateway, benefiting customers not only in the Philippines but across the Asia Pacific region.
“With this new collaboration with Tiger Airways, we will also be able to serve more international visitors to the Philippines by offering more destinations with great value, low fares. In addition, the introduction of these new jet services will create a welcome boost to the Philippines tourism industry and create more high calibre local jobs." Said Avelino Zapanta, SEAIR’s President and CEO.
Also, Chin Sak, Hin, the Chief Financial Officer of Tiger Airways Holding Limited expressed their enthusiasm with the partnership, "We are very excited to be working with SEAIR as the first "Partner Airline" of Besides the cost advantages resulting from basing aircraft and crew in Clark, SEAIR's extensive experience and brand recognition will ensure that more customers in the Philippines and internationally can access the same low fares offered by Tiger Airways when using the leading regional travel portal "". As partners, SEAIR and Tiger Airways assure the strong marketing and distribution platform in Singapore and across major markets in the region. The lethal combination will offer irresistible value and fares to even more patrons.
Completing the partnership, Tiger Airways has already received the approval from the Civil Aeronautics Board of the Philippines for the leasing of two Airbus aircraft to SEAIR to service more affordable flights to more passengers.