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Early Bird Savers Fares from Tiger Airways as low as Sin$1.99 one-way

Travel News Asia Monday, 5 February 2007

Passengers who book Early Bird Savers fares with Tiger Airways can pay as little as Sin$1.99 for one-way fares (excluding taxes and fees). Fares are available all year round for advance bookings.

Tiger Airways reaffirms itself as a true low fare airline with the launch of the Early Bird Savers fares. Great savings is to be enjoyed by passengers who book as early as three months in advance of their flight departure dates. Now passengers can travel to all 17 destinations on really low fares, simply by booking early for their travel, said Tiger Airways Chief Marketing and Commercial Officer, Rosalynn Tay.

Tiger Airways is committed to providing more value to its customers. The airline has recently launched Tiger Add-ons, such as Luggage Upsize and Sports Equipment, to offer more options to our passengers that conveniently provide time and cost saving services. Look out for more new initiatives by Tiger Airways to be announced soon.

Some examples of Early Bird Savers Fares:

From Sin$1.99 : Singapore - Hat Yai, Krabi and Phuket 
From Sin$5.99 : Singapore - Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Udon Thani (Vientiane) 
From Sin$8.99 : Singapore - Darwin, Macau and Manila (Clark) 
From Sin$9.99 : Singapore - Padang 
From Sin$29.99 : Singapore - Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City 
From Sin$39.99 : Singapore - Guangzhou, Haikou and Shenzhen 
From Sin$59.99 : Singapore - Perth

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