Welcoming the monsoon season in India, Tigerair – the leading Singapore-based budget carrier, today announced its special ‘Fly to Singapore for free’ offer for Indian travellers. On booking a round trip fare, passengers can fly out of India to Singapore for free.
As part of the offer, passengers from Hyderabad can fly to Singapore for free by booking a roundtrip to Singapore, for as low as INR 9,999. The offer is valid from May 30, 2016 till 08 June 2016. The applicable travel period for the offer is from 13 July 2016 to 10 October 2016. Passengers can avail of this exciting offer on www.tigerair.com.
Commenting on the offer Leslie Thng – Chief Commercial Officer – Tigerair and Scoot said, “We are pleased to add on to the monsoon cheers in India and host our valued passengers on board to give them a taste of our award winning services at pocket friendly prices. This offer is an example of how we strive to provide an added value for money to passengers through such promotions which makes their international trips more affordable. It reaffirms Tigerair as the most valuable airline of choice to fly to Singapore and across our vast network.”
Tigerair has been committed to providing affordable fares to Indian passengers and gives them an opportunity to experience Singapore, a fun filled family destination. This delightful offering aims to encourage Indians to witness the world famous sights and sounds of Singapore and treat themselves to a perfect post summer getaway.
Tigerair operates a total of 35 weekly flights to Singapore from five Indian destinations – Hyderabad, Bangalore, Lucknow, Kochi and Tiruchirappalli. Travellers can explore Singapore and at the same time also take advantage of Tigerair’s wide network to explore newer destinations at attractive fares. 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 and Connect to Sydney, Gold Coast and 11 more destinations with 50 weekly flights via Singapore in collaboration with Scoot. (NSS)