Value Alliance

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Value Alliance
Value Alliance Logo.png
Launch date16 May 2016 (2016-05-16)[1]
Full members7
Destination airports183
Destination countries30
Annual passengers (M)92
Fleet size201
Alliance sloganAsia Pacific's Best Value Airlines [2]

Value Alliance is an airline alliance formed in May 2016. It is the world's second alliance (after the U-FLY Alliance) to consist only of low-cost carriers (LCCs). However, it is the first pan-regional LCC alliance. It comprises seven (originally nine) Asia-Pacific airlines: Cebu Pacific, Cebgo, Jeju Air, Nok Air, NokScoot, Scoot and Vanilla Air.

Value Alliance is the fourth largest airline alliance in terms of passengers, flights, destinations, combined fleet and members, ahead of U-FLY Alliance and Vanilla Alliance.[3]


The Value Alliance was established by eight airlines in the Asia-Pacific region on 16 May 2016.[4] The alliance allows passengers to book flights with all of the eight carriers through each partner website, to create itineraries across the region through a single booking.[5] The combined carriers collectively serve more than 160 destinations, primarily in the Asia-Pacific region,[5] with a total fleet of 176 aircraft and an annual passenger total of 47 million in 2015.[6]

Member airlines[edit]

Current members[edit]

A Cebu Pacific Airbus A320-214 with new livery.

As of December 2018, the following airlines are members of Value Alliance:[6]

Member airline Joined Notes
Cebu Pacific 16 May 2016
Cebgo 16 May 2016
Jeju Air 16 May 2016
Nok Air 16 May 2016
NokScoot 16 May 2016
Scoot 16 May 2016
Vanilla Air 16 May 2016 To be merged with Peach Aviation

Past members[edit]

Member airline Joined Exited Notes
Tigerair Australia 16 May 2016 2018
Tigerair 16 May 2016 25 July 2017 Merged with Scoot under Scoot brand


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-10-02. Retrieved 2016-09-09.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link), CEB joins world’s first pan-regional LCC alliance.
  2. ^, Value Alliance Home.
  3. ^ [1], 8 Asian airlines form new alliance.
  4. ^ Middleton, Rachel (17 May 2016). "Eight budget airlines in Asia Pacific form world's largest alliance of low-cost carriers". International Business Times. Retrieved 12 June 2016.
  5. ^ a b Freed, Jamie (17 May 2016). "Tigerair Australia, Scoot and other budget carriers team up for alliance". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 12 June 2016.
  6. ^ a b "Value Alliance - About". Retrieved 12 June 2016.

External links[edit]

Media related to Value Alliance at Wikimedia Commons