The new LCC airline in Southeast Asia

This was conveyed by Dean Wicks, Chief Flights Officer Wego, citing press release news from travelKompas, Wednesday, January 22, 2014.

"Ten additional LCC will be launched in 2014 and added additional expansion plans and aircraft by existing players make competition in the skies of Southeast Asia are becoming increasingly stringent," said Dean.

Competition is getting tougher, as reported later that the airlines in Indonesia and Malaysia compete to be the ultimate as low-cost airlines or the Low Cost Carrier (LCC) in Southeast Asia.

This will make a lot of convenience for tourists visiting this region, as is known from the UNWTO (United Nations World Tourism Organization) news recently, on Monday, January 20, 2014, for the Asia Pacific region occurs rapidly increasing growth of more than 6 percent over the previous year, or an additional 14 million travelers.

Travelers will have many options when entering the Asia Pacific region, the airline flies and choose according to the budget that had been planned in advance.

Here are some new LCC airline in Southeast Asia, such as Scoot, Tigerair Taiwan, VietJetAir, Malindo Air, Cebu Pacific and Citilink.

The new airline will indeed acquire a formidable opponent of the old players who had previously been in this area, such as AirAsia and TigerAir. In the end the tourists who have benefited from their competition and be free in choosing the preferred airline.

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(Source Wego, travelKompas /Image Citilink)

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