One of the Philippines’ low-cost airlines, South East Asian Airlines or SEAIR, continues its domestic expansion out of the Philippines main airport of Manila by launching twice-daily flights to Davao in the island of Mindanao last August 18, 2012. The airline, which partners with Tiger Airways of Singapore, also started daily operations to and from Bacolod City in the Visayas last August 20, 2012.
South East Asian Airlines or SEAIR launches twice-daily flights to Davao and once-daily flights to Bacolod as it expands its domestic network.
Both routes are highly competitive in the ever-expanding Philippine domestic air travel arena, with the highly profitable Davao route facing competition from Cebu Pacific’s 56, Philippine Airlines’ 35, Airphil Express’ 16 and Zest Air’s 14 flights a week. On the other hand, the Bacolod route is up against three airlines; Cebu Pacific with 35, Philippine Airlines with 28 and Airphil Express with 21 weekly flights.
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