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Tiger Airways launches 15-Cent Fares Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 4 August 2010

To celebrate the carriage of 15 million passengers today, Tiger Airways is offering fares from 15 cents (Sin$) excluding taxes.

The celebratory 15 cent fares (one way, excluding taxes and charges) are for limited seats to Hat Yai, Phuket, Krabi, Kuching and Kuala Lumpur. Other routes on promotion are Bangkok, Jakarta, Manila (Clark), Haikou and Macau, with fares from only Sin$15 plus taxes. Travel periods vary for each route, and terms and conditions apply.

The fares are available for booking before sunrise on 5 August and until 11 August 2010, while stocks last.

Rosalynn Tay, Managing Director of Tiger Airways Singapore said, Tiger Airways is recognized as the fastest growing carrier in Singapore, and the biggest low cost carrier in Singapore. Our growth will accelerate as we expand our fleet, fly to more destinations such as Taipei, and increase flights to hotspots like Hong Kong and Jakarta. We look forward to serving many more million passengers with our low fares and innovative services such as boardmefirst.

Tiger Airways 15 millionth passenger is 28-year old Singaporean Mr Chan Chee Meng. He was flying from Singapore to Bangkok on TR2108 for a holiday with friends. Mr Chan was presented with a pair of tickets to Taipei, Tigers newest destination that will commence flights on 11 January 2011.

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