Tiger increases flights to Thailand

Guest Writer

Singapore, 11 March 2010: Tiger Airways Singapore today announced that it will fly to Thailand more frequently to serve growing demand. Starting from 20 April 2010, Tiger Airways will fly daily from Singapore to Krabi and Hat Yai.  This is double the current frequency - four per week to Krabi and three per week to Hat Yai.

Phuket, a popular weekend destination, will have new midday flights on Friday and Sunday, in addition to morning and evening flights.  This brings the total weekly frequency to 14 flights starting from 20 April. Bangkok, another popular destination, will remain at 20 flights per week.

Rosalynn Tay, Managing Director of Tiger Airways Singapore, said, “Within Southeast Asia, our Thailand routes have been getting so popular that we have decided to double our flights to Krabi and Hat Yai, and serve Phuket more often on weekends.  We are happy that our famous low, low fares have helped people travel more often, and boost tourism in both Thailand and Singapore.”

Seats for these additional flights are now on sale.  Pounce on them at www.tigerairways.com.

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