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Tiger Airways offers more Slashed Fares from Singapore to Bangkok, Hat Yai and Phuket

Travel News Asia 31 January 2005

Tiger Airways, a low cost, Singapore based airline, is adding to its dramatically reduced Singapore-Phuket fares by adding more slashed fares to other destinations in Thailand.

The low fares start at just Sin$9.98 (one way) to Phuket and SinS$19.98 (one way) to Bangkok or Hatyai for travel during March and April 2005.

Traveling at low fares to three of Thailands most vibrant destinations with Tiger Airways will be a fantastic way for Singaporeans to spend their holidays. The low fares enable holiday and business travelers more options on how they want to spend their money instead of setting aside a huge part of their budgets just for getting to their destinations, says Tony Davis, Chief Executive Officer of Tiger Airways.

Travelers wanting to enjoy these promotional prices should book between 1 and 7 February 2005 to travel during the period 1 March to 30 April 2005 period. Tickets are valid for travel during midweek from Tuesday to Thursday.

Tiger Airways four new Airbus A320 aircraft will be used to operate four daily flights to Bangkok and one daily service to Phuket and Hatyai.

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