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Tiger Airways celebrates 4th Birthday with Sin$0.04++ Fares

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Thursday, 11 September 2008

Tiger Airways Singapore is celebrating its 4th birthday with 100,000 seats at the special low low price of just Sin$0.04 plus taxes and charges across its Asian network on sale until 14th September.

Rosalynn Tay, Managing Director of Tiger Airways Singapore said, It's been four great years since Tiger Airways brought its true low fare model to the Asia pacific region. Since commencing flights four years ago millions of travellers have been able to fly to destinations that previously were out of their reach due to our competitors high, high fares. Tiger Airways entry into the Singapore aviation scene changed that with our true low fares. In celebration of four fantastic years we have put 100,000 seats on sale from a low of just 4 cents. Whether you want to shop till you drop, experience the exotic or just love unwinding, we have a special fare for everyone.

Many commentators have been second guessing the next move of Tiger Airways, all I can say is we have lots of planes coming, we have the right business model and we have the right people, so watch out as Tiger is coming to an airport near you, Rosalynn Tay added.

In preparation of aircraft deliveries to Tiger Airways Singapore and Tiger Airways Australia the airline group is currently expanding its workforce of pilots, cabin crew and support staff. Pilots can apply directly by sending their CV to

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