Tigerair adds new routes to India, China

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Tigerair will fly to Quanzhou and Lucknow

Singapore‘s Tigerair is expanding its route map with the addition of new destinations in India and China.

The low-cost carrier has unveiled plans to launch new services to Quanzhou, in southeast China’s Fujian province, and Lucknow, the capital of India’s Uttar Pradesh state. Tigerair will be the only airline operating both of these routes.

“Tigerair is constantly looking to introduce new services to expand our offerings and enhance connectivity for customers. The addition of Quanzhou and Lucknow will further improve Singapore’s link to China and India,” said Tigerair’s CEO, Lee Lik Hsin.

The Singapore-Quanzhou flights are scheduled to commence on 28 September and will operate three times a week (Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays). The Lucknow service will then launch on 3 December, also running three times a week (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays).

Tigerair will serve both routes with a 180-seat, all-economy Airbus A320 aircraft.

Quanzhou will become Tigerair’s 12th destination in Greater China, and Lucknow it sixth port-of-call in India.

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