20-May-2010 8:56 AM

Tiger Airways signs three-year deal to grow base at Changi Airport

Tiger Airways announced (19-May-2010) it has signed an agreement with Changi Airport Group to grow its base at Singapore Changi Airport for three years, from Jan-2010 to Dec-2012. The carrier stated the agreement outlines mutually beneficial terms for Tiger Airways to carry more passengers through Changi Airport, strengthening its position in Singapore. The airline plans to further expand its fleet and routes to/from Changi, with two new A320s to be based at the airport by Mar-2011. Tiger Airways currently serves 21 Asia Pacific destinations from Singapore, with a fleet of ten aircraft. It accounts for the majority of flights at the airport's Budget Terminal. [more]

Tiger Airways: "Having secured a deal for our continued commitment in the next three years, we look forward to growing our Singapore base. From now till March 2011, we will grow our fleet of 10 aircraft to at least 12, expand our pawprints to more destinations within Asia-Pacific, and grow our team here in Singapore proportionately. We also look forward to even more operational and cost efficiencies when we carry more passengers through Changi’s Budget Terminal, and offering our low, low fares to even more passengers,” Rosalynn Tay, Managing Director. Source: Tiger Airways, 19-May-2010.

Want More News Like This?

CAPA Membership gives you access to all news and analysis on the site, along with access to many areas of our comprehensive databases and toolsets.
Find Out More