Tiger Airways to launch Flights to Tiruchirappalli in India

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 22 April 2010

Tiger Airways is to launch flights between Singapore and Tiruchirappalli also known as Trichy   in India, from November 2010. The route will operate four times weekly, on every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

Trichy will be Tiger Airways 34th destination in Asia Pacific, and its third in India besides Bangalore and Chennai.

Tickets are on sale now, with fares (one way) from Sin$70 + S$100 taxes (approximately INR2,100 + INR2,900 taxes) for travel between 1 November 2010 and 26 March 2011.

Rosalynn Tay, Tiger Airways Singapore Managing Director, said, Tiruchirappalli, or Trichy, is not just a destination in its own right. It also serves the vast hinterland of south India, being centrally located in Tamil Nadu. As the only airline to fly direct from there to Singapore, we offer travelers much greater convenience and valuable time savings, in addition to our famous low, low fares.

Trichy is a major city and district located right in the centre of Tamil Nadu. With over 2,500 years of known history, Trichy is popular with tourists for its rich ancient culture and architecture. It is home to monuments such as the worlds largest temple complex and the oldest man-made dam. At the same time, Trichy is served by modern infrastructure including an international airport, as well as roads and rail that connect it with the rest of Tamil Nadu and India.

Tiger Airways is also growing its pawprint in India by increasing flights to Chennai, from 11 times weekly to twice daily. It continues to serve Bangalore with five flights per week.

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