Scoot, Cebu Pacific, and More Form World’s Largest LCC Alliance

The alliance includes Scoot, a low-cost carrier under Singapore Airlines.
The alliance includes Scoot, a low-cost carrier under Singapore Airlines.

Eight Asian budget carriers have joined forces to form the world’s biggest low-cost carriers alliance, making it the second LCC group after the U-Alliance earlier this year. Named Value Alliance, the group includes Scoot, Tigerair Australia, Nor Air, NokScoot, Cebu Pacific, Jeju Air, and Vanilla Air, forming a collective fleet of 176 aircraft across Asia-Pacific with access to more than 160 destinations in the region. With the alliance, travelers can easily book the best available rates directly from each member airline’s website as well as have access to services such as seats and meal selection, baggage allowances, and other in-flight features.

“We are extremely excited by the opportunities this partnership presents to our guests,” said Campbell Wilson, chief executive of Scoot. “The Value Alliance partners are leaders in their respective territories, having forged loyal followings by providing value, service and commitment to their home markets.  By working together we can offer our guests a wider choice of destinations and flights—at the most competitive airfares—all in one go.”

For more information, please visit Value Alliance.

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