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SEAIR Partners Up with VIA Philippines for Flight Bookings

By Thelostboylloyd @lloydthelostboy

SEAIR Partners Up with VIA Philippines for Flight Bookings

Photo credit: JM Panlilio

South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR), an associate airline of Tiger Airways, has recently forged a strategic partnership with VIA Philippines. Through this alliance, passengers may book their SEAIR tickets through one of VIA Philippines’ many affiliated travel agencies, and in addition, reservations for hotels, holiday packages, land transfers, and other travel products at competitive rates may also be done.

VIA Philippines has an extensive network of 4,000 establishments in 150 cities and towns here in the country, while SEAIR and Tiger Airways have a combined route network spanning across Asia and Australia. Adding these up, Filipino and foreign passengers may book flights or holidays to anywhere the two airlines fly through VIA Philippines’ partner establishments.

SEAIR, rebranded as a low-cost carrier, flies out from two hubs: Manila and Clark. From Manila’s NAIA Terminal 4, it operates domestic services to Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Bacolod, Tacloban, Puerto Princesa, and Kalibo (Boracay). Meanwhile, from Clark International Airport, it has regional flights to Singapore,Hong Kong, Kota Kinabalu, Bangkok, and Kalibo (Boracay). These complement Tiger Airways’ flights from Singapore to Manila, Cebu, and Davao.

For more information and bookings, visit and, while for updates on promo fares, follow their Facebook page.

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