Tiger Airways launches Promotion in Australia

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Friday, 10 April 2009

Tiger Airways has launched promotional fares from just A$30 one-way on routes across Australia.

Tickets are available until Wednesday 15 April 2009 or until sold out and are valid for flights across Australia on the entire Tiger Airways network for travel between 1 31 May 2009.

The Tiger Airways network now spans the country with flights available from major destinations across Australia including Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Gold Coast, Hobart, Alice Springs and Canberra.

Tiger Airways, Managing Director, Shelley Roberts, said For just $30 including the taxes and charges Australians can now choose to fly on any of Tiger Airways current 16 domestic routes and catch up with friends, family or take a much needed break with a loved one. This is likely to be one of our most popular promotions so far and these seats are sure sell out very fast, especially on our longer routes, so customers should book early to avoid disappointment.

Tiger Airways recently opened a new base in Adelaide with services to six destinations and last week, announced new services between Melbourne (Tullamarine) and Sydney (Kingsford Smith) which commence on 3 July 2009.

In addition to the $30 domestic air fares, Tiger Airways has introduced some special international airfares from Perth to a number of key destinations in Asia (via Singapore). These include Perth to: Singapore for just A$139; Bangkok from A$175; Phuket from A$185; Kuala Lumpur from A$148; Macau from A$258; Ho Chi Minh City from A$195; Manila from A$225 and Chennai from A$319.

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