Tiger Airways to launch Melbourne - Sydney Flights

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Friday, 3 April 2009

Tiger Airways is preparing to launch flights between Melbourne and Sydney Airports. The flights will commence from 3 July 2009 with up to four flights between both destinations daily.

Tiger Airways Australia Managing Director, Shelley Roberts, said that the new Melbourne Sydney route has been long anticipated by travellers and is a result of feedback from the public, both in Victoria and New South Wales.

Tiger Airways has always been proud to be Melbournes home-town airline, and now were even more thrilled to be adding this important interstate route to our schedule, which is great news for visitors and locals alike.

Melbourne-Sydney is one of the most popular routes in both Australia and indeed the whole world. With Tiger Airways new flight route, more people than ever will be able to travel between the two destinations more often and for the first time at consistently low fares. This is particularly pleasing at a time when some other airlines are cutting schedules and in comparison, Tiger Airways is adding to its network, Shelley said.

Gregory Hywood, Chief Executive, Tourism Victoria, said, Australians spend more tourism dollars in Melbourne than in any other capital city. Tiger Airways new Sydney to Melbourne route and low cost fares, means even more visitors will come to enjoy everything our great State of Victoria has to offer - our year round calendar of major events, world class conference and events facilities and well deserved reputation as Australias leading destination for food and wine, all position our State as a premier tourism destination.

Tickets for Tiger Airways flights between Melbourne and Sydney are now on sale from A$68 one way.

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