Singapore Airlines (SIA) plans to combine the management of its low-cost carrier (LCC) subsidiaries Scoot (long-haul) and Tigerair (regional) into a single body. The Singapore flag carrier has formed a new subsidiary called Budget Aviation Holdings, which will own and manage both LCCs following the recent delisting of Tigerair from the Singapore Stock Exchange. The new entity will be headed up by Lee Lik Hsin, who was appointed as CEO of Tigerair in early 2014 following a series of poor ...

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