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Asia Budget Airlines



Lower Airfares Onboard Asia Low Cost Budget Airlines

Budget airlines are a form low-cost carrier or airline that can give you a significantly lower airfares. The low cost is in exchange for cutting down on many traditional passenger services which normal traditional airlines normally offer to passengers. With the origin in the United States, this concept of discount carrier has also spread to many parts of Europe before engaging to the rest of the world. With the advent of well known media, the industry defines any carrier with low ticket prices and limited services no matter how much their operating costs will incur. Pacific Southwest Airlines of the US pioneered the low cost budget airlines and was successful.

In India, the first ever low-cost airline service began with Air Deccan in the year 2003. With much lower fares offered compared to its rivals such as Indian Airlines, Air Sahara and Jet Airways on the same route, more than a dozen low-cost airlines also began to appear in India.

Singapore began to see its first low-cost carrier, Valuair launched in the year 2004. This move made the dominant carrier Singapore Airlines to invest in a new low-cost startup. They started Tiger Airways to face the stiff competition head to head. Singapore Changi Airport's second most dominant carrier, Qantas Airways, also began its low cost operation with Jetstar Asia Airways based in Singapore. It commences operations on December 13, 2004.


AirAsia

Malaysia's AirAsia made numerouus attempts to set up a Singaporean operation. Nevertheless, AirAsia's insistence in using Seletar Airport for cutting airport usage charges delayed its abilities in gaining the relevant permits from the Singapore authority. In July 2005, Jetstar Asia bought over Valuair and are merging the two carriers together.

Budget Airlines

 - Valuair

 - Tiger Airways

 - JetStar Asia Airways

 - AirAsia

 - Cebu Pacific

 - Garuda Citilink
Air Sahara Indian Airliner
Air Sahara - Indian Airliner


Air Asia of Malaysia
Air Asia - Malaysia Budget Airlines