Singapore-based low-cost carriers (LCCs) Scoot and Tigerair say they are beginning to realize significant benefits from a partnership authorized by competition regulators last year. The two carriers have seen the number of passengers connecting between them double since August 2014, when Singapore’s Competition Commission granted them anti-trust immunity to cooperate more closely. Tigerair is a short-haul LCC, while Scoot operates medium- and long-haul routes.  Executives from ...

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