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Tiger Airways takes Delivery of New Airbus A320

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Tiger Airways has expanded its Singapore fleet to 9 planes with the delivery of a new Airbus A320. The new plane provides even more capacity for Tiger Airways to take advantage of recent liberalisation between Malaysia and Singapore as well as other destinations. The airline launches services to the East Malaysian city of Kuching on 20 November 2008.

Rosalynn Tay, Managing Director of Tiger Airways Singapore said, “There is no doubt there is pent up demand for true low low fares across the Asia Pacific region. Due to Tiger Airways’ disciplined cost control, we are in the envious position to continuing growing our fleet and take advantage of these opportunities. This shiny new plane is a beacon to travelers everywhere that many more low low fares are on their way.”

To celebrate, Tiger Airways has extended its 1/3 off fares sale until 18 November.

Rosalynn Tay said, “We have had a huge response to our recent 1/3 off sale. It is obviously to travellers that a deal this good doesn’t come around everyday, so with 1/3 off our already low low fares a short break is only a click away. Passengers should also grab this opportunity to be the first to fly to Kuching with true low low fares on Tiger Airways. With our fantastic fares of Sin$29 all inclusive, there’s no reason to wait. Book now! ”

The Tiger Airways group has firm orders in place to grow its fleet to 72 Airbus aircraft over the next 7 years. The group fleet is now 13 A320 aircraft, 9 in Singapore and 4 in Australia.

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