Introduces INR 10 special one way fare to Singapore for Indian passengers
Chennai, September 15, 2014:Tigerair, the leading Singapore-based budget carrier, completed 10 years of operations. The airlines has announceda special one way fare of INR 10 to Singapore exclusively for Indian passengers to commemorate the occasion.
INR 10 one way special fares is applicable only on round trips tickets originating from India. During the offer all-in return fares to Singapore as low as 7499 INR.
Passengers can book the journey tickets from 15th September 2014 till 21st September 2014, for travel period commencing from12th January 2015 to 31st March 2015 and 21st July 2015 to 22nd September 2015.
Celebrating the Indian festive season, the airline is also offering special all inreturn fares starting from INR 11,999 to amazing Asian destinations like, Bali, Jakarta, Manila, Perth,and HongKong,Sydney,Gold coast via Singapore . Flights to Sydney and Gold Coast are operated in collaboration with Scoot.
Passengers can avail thison the airline’s official website -www.tigerair.comfor travel to Singapore and beyond from any of the five Indian cities which include Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi and Tiruchirappalli.
Commenting on the offer Mr. Robert Yang- Commercial Director, Tigerair said, “We at Tigerairare proud to celebrate over 10 years of service amongst our most valued patrons. The generous support, trust and confidence of the millions of passengers who have flown and loved our services helped us achieving this milestone. This special offer is introduced in appreciation of the support and response extended by our passengersthis offer will enable Indian families an option to plan their trips in advance to Singapore and beyond.
Tigerair operates total 37weekly flights to Singapore from six Indian destinations. The airline also connects to Bali, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Perth, Taipei via Singapore, the gateway to amazing destinations in Asia Pacific.Connect to Sydney, Gold Coast and11 more destinations with 50 weekly flights via Singapore in collaboration with Scoot.