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Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Tiger Airways is celebrating its upcoming 6th birthday with a contest for 6 to 12 year olds to name its newest aircraft.

The winner gets to be the VIP at Tigers September birthday celebrations, and unveil the winning name on the new aircraft, the 20th aircraft in the Tiger Airways fleet.

Tiger Airways President & Group CEO Tony Davis said, We believe that children should be given an opportunity to own a piece of our companys history by creating a fun and interesting name for our newest aircraft, just as we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to fly cheaper. Since September 2004, our low, low fares have made it possible for people across Asia and Australia to fly for the first time or more frequently. Now that we are turning 6, what better way to celebrate than to make it possible for even a 6-year old to name a brand new Airbus A320 aircraft?

The contest is open to children between 6 to 12 years old, who are residents in the 11 countries and territories currently served by Tiger Airways.

The winner, plus two of his or her family members, will be brought to Singapore (unless they are already there) for the ceremony, and given Sin$3,000 of Tiger Airways flight vouchers.

Entries must be submitted before 5 August 2010 (both dates inclusive).

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