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Wed, 29 June 2016

Tigerair Launches Flights Between Singapore and Zhengzhou

Tigerair has launched flights between Singapore and Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan Province, China.

 Tigerair will operate the routre three times weekly every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday with Airbus A320 aircraft.

The new Zhengzhou service is part of our commitment to offer new and eye-opening travel possibilities for customers, providing a convenient direct air link for them to embark on a historical tour of the ancient capitals within Henan, said Mr Leslie Thng, Chief Commercial Officer for Tigerair and Scoot. Visitors from China may also connect via Singapore to other exciting cities on Tigerairs network, and onward to the many destinations offered by our sister airline Scoot, as well Singapore Airlines and SilkAir under the SIA Group.

Zhengzhou has a robust manufacturing industry and is being developed into a significant financial centre in China. Its Zhengdong New District, for example, is fast developing into a major hub for business headquarters, financial services as well as conferences and exhibitions.

For tourists, Zhengzhou is a choice gateway to the cities of Kaifeng, Luoyang and Anyang - which like Zhengzhou, date back to the ancient Chinese dynasties. Culture and history lovers will be in for a treat with the abundance of UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Zhengzhous famed Shaolin Temple and Pagoda Forest, Luoyangs Longmen Grottoes, and the ruins of Yinxu in Anyang. Travellers may also go on to Xian, renowned for the Terracotta Army of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, where Tigerair operates direct flights back to Singapore.

In addition, Zhengzhou is located at the intersection of a comprehensive network of high-speed rail lines connected to major Chinese cities including Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, making it an ideal city for travellers to access other areas in China. 

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