Archive for the ‘Tiger Airways’ Category

Quite a few new routes in 2011

February 7th, 2011


Hi there. We start off this week with quite a number of new routes in an attempt to keep YOU updated. We will look into the new services very briefly as the sheer quantity does not allow us to go into the details.

One year ago Allegiant moved 10 of its routes from Orlando Sanford International Airport to Orlando International Airport but now announced the homecoming of all ten routes in a bid to consolidate its all Orlando flights. The routes in question are e.g. Orlando Sanford – Allentown, Orlando Sanford – Des Moines or Orlando Sanford – Lexington. By now the return of all the routes should be accomplished.

While Allegiant is reshuffling the existing routes, Skyways is growing big time. Following the merger with Avia Express and a shift in ownership, this Swedish-based low-cost airline is adding six new international destinations and one domestic destination to its route network. The carriers new base becomes Airport Jönköping. The change will be marked by the opening of new services from Jönköping to Brussels and from Jönköping to Berlin Tegel. Both services will be in operation as of March 28, 2011.

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Tiger Airways: New routes from Sydney

January 28th, 2011


The Singapore-based low-cost airline Tiger Airways which consistently calls itself «Australia’s only true low-fare airline», announced the opening of a new route from Airport Sydney.

The new route will bring yet another opportunity to travel from Sydney to Queensland. The Sydney – Sunshine Coast route will be in operation as of March 27, 2011 but is available for booking already now. The carrier marks the opening of the new route with advantageous low fares starting at AUD 38.95.

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Tiger Airways: New routes and more planes

October 29th, 2010

Tiger Airways, the winner of the Low Cost Airline of the Year award from the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (see the related post) carries on its expansion on the Australian market.

This low-cost carrier is making preparations for the opening of two daily services between

Brisbane and Sydney.

This is far from being the only one reason for celebration for Tiger Airways. The other one is the new base at Melbourne Avalon Airport and the increase of the number of aircraft operating on the Australian routes. By early 2011 the number is to reach 12 airplanes.

The above-mentioned services are in operation as of February 7, 2011 but are available for booking already now on the official website of Tiger Airways.

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Tiger Airways and Qatar Airways receive awards

October 25th, 2010

The Singapore-based Tiger Airways crowns what its CEO, Tony Davis has described as a «phenomenal year» with receiving Low Cost Airline of the Year award from the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation.

A thankful and proud Tony Davis referred to the good financial results in the recent years despite the unfavourable financial climate. When commenting the lengths to which the company goes in order to meet the customers’ demands, he specifically mentioned the latest product – the membership scheme «Stripes».

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Tiger recommences flights from Darwin to Melbourne

June 18th, 2010

Low cost airline Tiger Airways reintroduced flights from Melbourne to Darwin. The services will be operated six times a week. Earlier this year Tiger also commenced services from Melbourne to Brisbane and announced that they would be launching daily flights to both Cairns and Rockhampton this September.

This announcement follows Tiger commencing services on the Melbourne – Sydney route, introducing additional aircraft to their fleet and increasing services to other destinations throughout Australia such as the Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Hobart and Adelaide from Melbourne.

Airlines, Asia, New Routes, Tiger Airways

Tiger Airways celebrate the magical figure of 4,000,000

June 17th, 2010

It is not everyday an airline has its four millionth passenger on board. So when the number of passengers has reached the magical figure of four millions it calls for celebration. This is the case with Tiger Airways and the celebration of course means some benefits for travelers.

Let us get down to the nitty-gritty – the promotion lasts from now to June 23, 2010 and includes some 15 destinations across Singapore and Australia for fares starting at AUD 14. Among the destinations are Melbourne, Brisbane, Rockhampton and many, many more. Needless to say the seats are subject to availability and may not be available during peak periods. Should you be interested to learn more go to the carrier’s home page and grab what is left.

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Tiger Airways flies to Tiruchirappalli from November

April 22nd, 2010

Tiger Airways Singapore announced new flights to Tiruchirappalli – also popularly known as Trichy – from November 2010. This will be Tiger Airways’ 34th destination in Asia-Pacific, and its third in India besides Bangalore and Chennai. Tickets are on sale now, for travel between 1 November 2010 and 26 March 2011. There are four flights weekly, on every Monday, Wednesday, Friday
and Sunday.

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Air Asia X doubles flights from Melbourne

April 12th, 2010

Low cost airline Air Asia X announced that it would increase its daily service from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur. The increased frequencies will double the current schedule of seven flights per week to fourteen from the beginning of July.

Other recent positive international announcements for Melbourne Airport have included Qatar Airways increasing capacity to daily and V Australia commencing services to Johannesburg following the success of Los Angeles and Phuket.  Additionally, the domestic market has seen Tiger Airways commence services to Brisbane and Jetstar increasing services to Cairns earlier this year.

Last but not least, we suggest you try out our new searching engine and search for cheap flights from Kuala Lumpur to Phuket, from Bangkok to Hanoi or Singapore to Denpasar.

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Tiger Airways adds flights to Melbourne

October 30th, 2009

Melbourne Airport welcomes Tiger’s announcement to increase their low cost services from their Melbourne base, in a move that will create 250,000 extra seats in and out of the state each year. Destinations from Melbourne to receive an increase in Tiger Airways‘ flights early next year are Sunshine Coast (extra weekly), Hobart (extra daily), Gold Coast (extra 6 weekly) and Adelaide (extra 3 weekly).

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Tiger Airways launched Great Singapore sales

June 16th, 2009

Low cost carrier Tiger Airways launched Great Singapore Sales with 50% discount! Flights may be bought between June 16 and June 24, 2009. Discount offer is not valid for bookings originating in Macau.

Tiger Airways offers many cheap flights with 50% discount mainly from its hub at Singapore Changi Airport. The lowest prices are available on regular routes such as Singapore – Langkawi, Singapore – Kuching or Singapore – Bangkok.

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