Fly Tiger Airways between Singapore and Melbourne from Sin$119.99

Travel News Asia Wednesday, 27 June 2007

Tiger Airways has launched its latest Flight Combo between Singapore and the Australian city of Melbourne, Victoria with fares from as low as Sin$119.99 (one way excluding taxes and fees) with flights starting 1 December 2007.

Flights will be operated by Tiger Airways between Singapore and Darwin and its new Australian domestic Airline, Tiger Airways Australia will operate between Darwin and the new T4 at Tullamarine Airport, Melbourne. Flights between Darwin and Melbourne are subject to government approval.

Tiger Airways popular Flight Combos allow customers the convenience of booking two sectors of their journey with just one payment and with flight sectors allowing passengers sufficient time to clear the necessary immigration and check-in for their onward flights. Darwin International Airport is well equipped to handle Flight Combos with its streamlined layout. Darwin provides easy and quick international immigration facilities enabling customers to complete their journey to Melbourne as a domestic passenger.

Tiger Airways is increasing frequencies on its existing Singapore Darwin route to a daily service from 1 December 2007, meaning that Tiger Airways will be operating daily services from Singapore to both Darwin and Perth.

Tiger Airways CEO Tony Davis said, "Tiger Airways is excited to announce its new Singapore Melbourne Flight Combo. Melbourne is well established as a style-setting destination popular with Singaporeans and visitors from across Asia, with plenty of great events, renowned dining, trendy shopping as well as breath-taking scenery. With fares now this low, travel to the Australian Eastern Seaboard is now much more affordable and we expect a surge of international travelers to visit Melbourne with Tiger Airways."

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