Tiger Air Add Hyderabad and Tiruchirappalli Flights

Thursday, 21st January 2016 at 03:57am

Tiger Air �" a Singapore based budget airline has confirmed that it will add two more flight to its Indian routes. This decision was brought about by an increase in passenger base and demand. The addition of two flights sums flight count to 46 per week.

Tiger Air currently has flights to six Indian destinations �" Hyderabad, Lucknow, Chennai, Bangalore, Tiruchirappalli and Kochi. In addition, the airline also included one additional flight during seasonal times to Tiruchirappalli and Hyderabad. The company is also assessing the possibility to add new destinations in the future with the objective to emerge as a market leader in the Indian market.

Flights between Hyderabad and Singapore will increase to seven per week, and those from Tiruchirappalli to Singapore will have 14 flights per week. These changes will be put into operation from April 25 to June 15, 2016.

The airline has also announced budget airfare for passengers as low as ₹11,599 for a return to Singapore. Passengers can buy or book cheap tickets on www.tigerair.com till end of January 2016. The ticket is valid for travel from March 9 to April 16.

Tiger Air director of marketing and sales �" TehYik Chuan in a press conference spoke about India as a global market place for airline industry. He specified that Tiger Air has a goal to emerge as a market leader in the Indian airline industry. In addition, the budget fares benefits travelers from India who wants to visit Singapore on holiday or business.

Furthermore, the Area Director of Singapore Tourism Board �" Bridget Goh stated that Singapore celebrated its Golden Jubilee last year, and one of the main celebrated collaborations was its partnership with STB and Tiger Air for their diligent effort in making Indian tourism travelers into Singapore enjoy a pleasant experience.

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