Tigerair expands in China

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Tigerair will offer three weekly flights to Ningbo
Tigerair will offer three weekly flights to Ningbo

Tigerair is continuing its expansion in China with the launch of a new route to the seaport city of Ningbo, Zhejiang province.

The new service will operate three times a week direct from Singapore’s Changi Airport. Flights will depart every Thursday, Tuesday and Saturday at 1205, while the return flight will leave Ningbo at 1815 the same day. As with all Tigerair flights, it will be operated using a 180-seat, single-class Airbus A320 aircraft.

“We have been working hard to offer mainland destinations that serve the needs of both business and holiday travellers well, and are excited that Ningbo marries these objectives together perfectly” said Alexander Knigge, Tigerair’s chief commercial officer.

“It is definitely a strategic port for business, and Ningbo’s reliable and affordable connectivity offered by rail or car to nearby cities opens up new possibilities for planning a clever holiday itinerary spanning a few key Chinese cities.”

Then new route marks Tigerair’s seventh destination in China, following Guangzhou, Haikou, Hong Kong, Lijiang, Macau and Shenzhen. It also flies to Taipei.

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