Tigerair Taiwan

Tigerair Taiwan is a low-cost carrier (LCC) which has a fleet of eleven A320-200 aircrafts and based at Taoyuan International Airport as of Oct 2018. 
It was now sole Taiwan-based LCC, and is owned by China Airlines Group. 
Prior to 2016, China Airlines held 80 percent of the share while Budget Aviation Holdings and Mandarin Airlines each held 10 percent. In 2017, as Tigerair Singapore merged into Scoot, CAPA reported that China Airlines had purchased Budget Aviation Holdings' 10% stake, leaving China Airlines and its subsidiary Mandarin Airlines as joint owners of the airline. 
In September 2014, Tigerair Taiwan received an Air Operator's Certificate from the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA), Taiwan, it then commenced operations on 26 September 2014, with the first flight being from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport to Singapore Changi Airport. 
As of March 2017 the Tigerair Taiwan fleet consists of eleven A320-200 aircrafts.
Tigerair Taiwan started the business on September 26, 2014. It flew into Bangkok and Macau in the same year. 
It flew into most of the key cities in Northeast Asia in 2015 and began to operate in Northeast Asia in 2016.
At the end of 2018, Tigerair Taiwan turned its waypoints to Southeast Asia. It has been confirmed that it will start the Cebu of the Philippines on December 1, 2018.