Tiger Airways is adding Hyderabad to its growing
Starting from 27 September 2012, the
Singapore-based airline will launch
a five times weekly service between Singapore and Hyderabad.
The Hyderabad flights mark the sixth Indian destination for Tiger
Bangalore, Chennai, Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram and Tiruchirappalli.
“We are excited at the prospect of growing our
paw print in the region. India’s popularity as a tourist
destination and business centre is growing by leaps and bounds,
and Tiger is well placed to offer customers more choices of
flights between India and Singapore,” said Tiger Airways Singapore
Managing Director, Stewart Adams.
Renowned for its
history, tradition and cuisine, the 400 year old capital of Andhra
Pradesh in Southern India is also building a reputation for being
a technology capital. Hyderabad’s many epithets include City of
Pearls, Briyani City and more recently Cyberabad.
To mark the newest addition to the Tiger network, the airline is
offering special fares from Sin$ 190 one-way
(Singapore to Hyderabad) and US$ 165 one-way (Hyderabad to
The promotional fares are available for sale
July for travel between 27 September and 31 October 2012. Terms
and conditions apply.
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