Tigerair continues China expansion

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Tigerair will continue expanding its links between Singapore and China next month, with the launch of flights to two more mainland cities – Nanning and Guilin.

On 1 November 2014, the low-cost carrier will commence twice weekly flights to Nanning, the capital of southern China’s Guangxi region. Flights will operate every Wednesday and Saturday using a 180-seat Airbus A320 aircraft.

Tigerair will fly from Singapore to Nanning and Guilin
Tigerair will fly from Singapore to Nanning and Guilin

Then on 15 November, Tigerair will start offering weekly flights to Guilin, the capital of Guiyang province. Services will run every Saturday, also using an A320.

“We are very pleased to be launching our first direct flights to Guilin and Nanning from this November,” said Ho Yuen Sang, managing director & chief operating officer of Tigerair.

“With its scenic landscapes, Guilin… is a well-known and loved destination for Singaporeans. Currently Singaporeans make up the seventh largest group of tourists to Guilin and with the added convenience of a direct flight from Singapore, we hope more Singaporeans will opt to visit Guilin and Nanning in the coming months.”

Nanning and Guilin join Tigerair’s existing network of destinations in mainland China, including Guangzhou, Haikou, Jinan, Lijiang, Ningbo and Shenzhen.

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