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Tiger Airways and Visa launch special Thailand Fares

Travel News Asia 4 February 2005

Tiger Airways, a low cost airline based in Singapore, and Visa International have teamed up to offer special low air fares for travel from Singapore to Thailand in July and August 2005.

Under this promotion, known as Rooster Year Specials, passengers get to fly one way to Chiang Mai, Phuket, Hatyai and Bangkok for as little as S$15.98. To take advantage of this offer, customers must book from 6 to 13 February 2005 to fly between 1 July and 31 August 2005 and use their Visa cards for payment.

Tiger Airways is offering 30,000 tickets for this special promotion to encourage early bird bookings. The promotion is for flights on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays only (excluding public holidays). The fares quoted also exclude airport taxes, surcharges and fees.

We are offering this Rooster Year Specials for early bird bookings because we want to highlight to our customers that if they are savvy enough to book early for their travels they will enjoy our lowest fares. Although passengers have to plan several months ahead to take advantage of this offer there are no gimmicks involved as we are offering 30,000 seats, said Tony Davis, CEO of Tiger Airways. 

We are offering this promotional fare exclusively to Visa card holders because we have a special relationship with Visa International. Last October, together with UOB (United Overseas Bank Limited) and Visa International, we launched the UOB Tiger Airways Visa Gold Smart Card. So it is logical they are our preferred choice for this promotion, added Davis.

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