Tigerair to Launch Maldives Flights; Promo Fares from Sin$133

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 25 November 2013

Hot on the heels of its Langkawi and Boracay destination launches, Tigerair has confirmed that it will soon add Maldives to its growing network of sun-sand-sea destinations.

Commencing 24 January 2014, the airline will operate four weekly flights between Singapore and Mal, capital of the Republic of Maldives.

To celebrate the launch of the new Singapore-Mal route, Tigerair will be offering a special Sin$133 promotional fare, inclusive of taxes.

This promotion is available for booking through 1 December 2013, and is valid for travel between 24 January 2014 and 20 September 2014.

If you havent visited Maldives, you really owe it to yourself to make that trip because you will love the place, said Mr Alexander Knigge, Chief Commercial Officer at Tigerair, It is a perfect holiday destination regardless of whether you are taking a honeymoon, a family vacation or treating yourself to a much needed break from your busy life. We are very excited to be the first and only no-frills airline to fly to Maldives from Singapore.

A haven to both the casual sunbather and the serious diver, the islands waters are home to almost 2,000 species of marine life in a fantastic variety of shapes and colours from the clown fish and cuttlefish to dolphins, turtles and manta rays.

For the adventurous, diving and snorkelling at the Maldives islands also promise to enthrall, as the islands consistently rank amongst the best diving destinations in the world. Avid divers and snorkellers can choose to take a boat out with local guides to the surrounding islands for an afternoon of fun, or take a dive in the lagoons, where one can find more than three quarters of the worlds reef and marine species.

Tiger Airways, Tigerair, Maldives, Singapore

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