Several Asian low-cost carriers (LCCs)—including Cebu Pacific, Tigerair Taiwan and Vietjet Air—are pulling back from the region’s previous network expansion, concentrating instead on maximizing traffic on existing profitable routes. Philippines-based Cebu Pacific will introduce its fourth route to the Arab states with a 2X-weekly flight from Manila to Doha, Qatar. The 436 all-economy Airbus A330-300 flights will start from June 4, and add to the carrier’s existing ...

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