- Dec 6, 2004
I wouldn't have expected the ACCC to be that interested in competitive issues in Asia. And given that Temasek has shares in Jetstar Asia and SQ ownes Tiger Air, I can't see that the Singapore government would be too concerned either.www.forbes.com said:Singapore's Tiger Airways seeks to block Qantas/Jetstar Asia cooperation
05.18.2006, 08:28 AM
SINGAPORE (XFN-ASIA) - Budget carrier Tiger Airways said it has asked the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to reject a proposed cooperation between Qantas Airways and newly-merged Singapore-based budget carriers Jetstar Asia and Valuair.
'While Tiger Airways in principle does not object to reasonable cooperation between airlines, it has expressed its concerns about a proposed cooperation agreement between Qantas and Jetstar Asia/Valuair,' a spokeman for Tiger Airways said.
'The proposed agreement would give Qantas effective control of the network, pricing and products of Jetstar Asia/Valuair,' he said.