Airlines based in South East Asia

List all commercial airlines with international destinations which are based in any countries of South East Asia. Seasonal/Charter or Terminated destinations are not included. ICAO and IATA codes are allowed.
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Malaysia Low-Cost
AirAsia
Malaysia Low-Cost
AirAsia X
Philippines Low-Cost
AirAsia Zest
Thailand
Bangkok Airways
Indonesia
Batik Air
Philippines Low-Cost
Cebgo
Philippines Low-Cost
Cebu Pacific
Malaysia Low-Cost
Firefly
Indonesia
Garuda Indonesia
Myanmar Low-Cost
Golden Myanmar Airlines
Indonesia Low-Cost
Indonesia AirAsia
Indonesia Low-Cost
Indonesia AirAsia X
Singapore Low-Cost
Jetstar Asia Airways
Vietnam Low-Cost
Jetstar Pacific Airlines
Laos
Lao Airlines
Indonesia Low-Cost
Lion Air
Malaysia
Malaysia Airlines
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Malaysia Low-Cost
Malindo Air
Myanmar
Myanmar Airways International
Myanmar
Myanmar National Airlines
Thailand Low-Cost
Nok Air
Thailand Low-Cost
NokScoot
Philippines
Philippine Airlines
Brunei
Royal Brunei Airlines
Singapore Low-Cost
Scoot
Singapore
Silkair
Singapore
Singapore Airlines
Thailand Low-Cost
Thai AirAsia
Thailand Low-Cost
Thai AirAsia X
Thailand
Thai Airways
Thailand Low-Cost
Thai Lion Air
Singapore Low-Cost
Tigerair
Vietnam Low-Cost
Vietjet Air
Vietnam
Vietnam Airlines
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Level 79
Jan 1, 2014
Have used many of these before. What about Cathay Pacific? They're one of the best IMO, and though China's not really SE Asia I would say that Hong Kong and Macau are. Also Nok Air in Thailand. And isn't JetStar an Australian airline? I think they may have a hub in Singapore (I once got a cheap flight from Hong Kong to Singapore through them) but I don't think that's where the company (or its parent company) is headquartered. I could be wrong. I forgot Vietjet and I just used them a couple months ago...

Now that I see your caveat at the top I guess NokAir is not included because it is considered a domestic airline? But then I looked it up and they actually do have flights to Myanmar and Laos.
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Level 5
Feb 14, 2014
NokAir yes. Cathay Pacific and Air Macau no. bcuz they're based in HK and Macau respectively and both are not part of SE Asia. And Jetstar is an australian airline. But they've made a "subsidary" Jetstar Asia which operates from Singapore.
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Level 26
Aug 27, 2014
Bangkok Airways is a full service regional airline
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Level 5
Oct 1, 2014
updated.
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Level 56
Jan 20, 2020
What about Bamboo Airlines?