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Tiger Airways to Increase Flights between HK and Singapore

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 12 July 2010

Tiger Airways is adding an extra midday flight to its popular Hong Kong - Singapore route, bringing the frequency from 2 to 3 daily to meet increasing demand.

Starting from 1 October, the new flight is on sale now for travel till 30 June 2011. Fares start from as low as Sin$89 or HK$445 plus taxes.

Rosalynn Tay, Managing Director of Tiger Airways Singapore, said, "Since we started flying to Hong Kong in February this year, we have seen very strong demand for our low, low fares. This is very encouraging for a totally new entrant to the market, and goes to show we are on the right track in giving passengers what they want. We look forward to serving more travelers with not just the lowest possible fares, but also the choice to spend a little more on what they want, whether it is priority boarding, amount of check-in luggage, or selecting their preferred seats.

"We also look forward to strengthening the link between the two Asian Tigers with the new midday flight. Together with the morning and evening flights, it gives passengers a perfect variety of timings to suit their business and leisure needs."

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