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South East Asian Airlines (Seair)

SEAir Plane in Busuanga
SEAir Plane in Busuanga

The airline was established in 1995 and started operations in August 1995. It received its first registration with the SEC on 25 March 1995 mainly to operate aircraft leasing, chartering and domestic scheduled flights. In May 1995 the airline was registered with the Clark Special Economic Zone to operate services in the Clark-Manila-Subic area and to tourist destinations throughout the Luzon and Visayas regions. It has had continual route expansion and opened a hub in Zamboanga City in 2002. Seair is owned by local investors 60%, Nikos Gitsis (10%) and Iren Dornier (30%). Iren Dornier is a German pilot and entrepreneur, the grandson of German flying pioneer Claudius Dornier. [1]

On 29 September 2006, a deal was announced in which Singapore-based Tiger Airways will enter a commercial and operational tie-up with SEAIR from February 2007, involving the leasing of two planes in Tiger Airways colours to SEAIR and operated on the latter's routes from Pampanga to Singapore, Cebu, Davao, and Macau. Tiger Airways will give up one flight per day on the Pampanga-Singapore route and all flights between Macau and Pampanga to SEAIR. In return, all four flights operated using Tiger Airways' planes but with SEAIR's pilots and crew will be marketed via its website. The deal does not include shareholding transactions. [1]


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    • Great Travel Deals...Seair sells an adventure pass which allows you to travel unlimited to all its domestic destinations for P20K good for 45 days and this is already inclusive of expensive taxes...You can fly to Bora or Cebu or anywhere for 20 or 30 times or more all for P20K and since it is only a single ticket u don't need pay travel tax everytime you fly!
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