Tiger Airways, partly owned by Singapore Airlines is a low cost carrier offering cheap domestic flights in Australia. In Australia Tiger Airways operates from it's main hub, Melbourne International Airport and has established Adelaide domestic airport as it's second.
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Tiger Airlines offers fantastic deals to many popular domestic flights around Australia.
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International Flights to Singapore
Tiger Airlines offers fantastic deals to Singapore departing Perth, Australia. The launch of Tiger Airways flying to Singopre makes it now more afforable than ever to fly to Asia from Australia. It has never been so afforable to fly to Singapore for a weekend , meet family & friends or just do some shopping. Book now with Webjet & Tiger to save!
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Tiger Airways Cheap Flights
Tiger Airways is now synonymous with quality cheap flights. It has quickly become a top choice for value-for-money, reliable and convenient point to point travel. To keep flights cheap, Tiger Airways only has economy class travel with 7kg of hand luggage allowed at no extra cost. You can purchase check in baggage, food and drinks ensuring you only pay for what you need and use.
Tiger's Australian base is terminal four at Melbourne Airport in Tullamarine and Adelaide airport. It is here that Tiger Airways has geared up operations using its new Airbus A320 aircraft fleet.
As a leading low fare airline in the Asia Pacific region, Tiger offers its passengers the option to select from a broad range of Tiger Airways products, including Luggage Upsize and the Seat Selector.
The Luggage Upsize allows you to purchase the amount of check in luggage at a low fee.
On board services
Tiger Airways offer the highest quality meals. To keep your costs low meals are available on-board flights at reasonable prices should passengers want them.