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Tiger Airways offers 800,000 low fare seats in special Summer Schedule Promotion

Travel News Asia 14 December 2005

Low cost airline, Tiger Airways is to offer 800,000 low fare seats on sale from tomorrow, Thursday, 15 Dec 2005, starting with the launch of its 2006 (Northern) Summer Schedules for travel to all its destinations from Sunday 26 March 2006 to Saturday 28 October 2006.

We are offering a record number of low fare seats to all our destinations during the (Northern) Summer Schedules. The start of the Summer Schedules also coincides with the delivery of two brand new Airbus A320 aircraft which means we will be offering more new exciting destinations for our passengers soon. said Tiger Airways CEO, Tony Davis.

With fares starting from as low as Sin$24.98 one way (excluding taxes), Tiger Airways' affordable low fares to so many exciting destinations boost regional business travel and tourism in the region, added Davis.

Tiger Airways serves 13 cities in seven countries - Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Macau SAR, the Philippines, Australia and Indonesia.

Flights to Darwin-Australia, Tiger Airways 12th destination across Asia-Pacific, will commence on 19th December 2005 and a third destination in Vietnam, Danang, from 10 January 2006.

Routes on sale include: 
Singapore Bangkok
Singapore Chiang Mai
Singapore Da Nang
Singapore Darwin
Singapore Hat Yai
Singapore Krabi
Singapore Phuket
Singapore Hanoi
Singapore Ho Chi Minh city
Singapore Macau
Singapore Manila (Clark)
Singapore Padang
Macau Manila (Clark)

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