SEAIR Targets Papua New Guinea

According to a regulatory filing with the Civil Aeronautics Board, Southeast Asian Airlines (SEAir) is interested in flying to Papua New Guinea.

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The airline has applied for 1,440 seat entitlements between the Philippines and Papua New Guinea. Half of those entitlements would be used on a route from Clark to Port Moresby while the other half would be used for a flight from Manila to Port Moresby. Flights would be operated with their fleet of Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft.

The Civil Aeronautics Board will make its decision at a hearing on June 27, 2013. Southeast Asian Airlines operates a fleet of five aircraft on domestic flights through the Philippines from its hub in Manila while international services are operated from Clark airport. The airline, which is 40-percent owned by Tiger Airways of Singapore, recently announced that it would be rebranding in July as Tiger Airways Philippines. Flights will officially take off as Tiger Airways on July 10, 2013. Later that month, the airline will launch the only direct flight between Kalibo and Singapore.

1 comment:

  1. SEAIR's ambitious plan to target Papua New Guinea is an exciting development. How Is Online Privacy Important In Todays Digital Age The expansion will open up new opportunities for connectivity and enhance tourism in the region.


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