Tiger Airline

Tiger Airways Private Limited is a budget airline from Singapore, based at Singapore Changi Airport. The airline was incorporated on 12/Dec/2003 and ticket sales began on 31/Aug/2004. Tiger Airways started during a time of intense competition from other airlines and cost-pressure due to rising oil prices - but has resisted imposing fuel surcharges and continues to increase market share.
In terms of passengers carried, Tiger is currently the biggest budget airline operating out of Singapore. In 2006, the airline flew 1.2 million passengers, up 75% on the 2005. Tiger Airlines operates a single-model fleet. All aircraft being the Airbus A320-200, configured as single-class economy seating for 180 seats each. The airline took delivery of its last plane in April 2006, bringing the total fleet to 9. Tiger Airways plans to increase this to 20 aircraft by 2010.
On 12/Jan/2007, Tiger announced that it would commence services to Perth Airport on 23/March/2007. On 9/Feb/2007, it announced its intention to become Australia's third full scale domestic airline, competing directly with Virgin Blue and Qantas/Jetstar.

What people are saying about tiger air right now:

Crash and burn: Tigerair Singapore's operating loss hits $16.4m in Q2 - Yahoo Singapore News
It has been a turbulent quarter for Tigerair. Apart from the closure of Tigerair Mandala, Tigerair Singapore recorded an operating loss of $16.4m in 1QFY15 (April-June 2014), compared to a core operating loss of S$6.2m in 1QFY14. According to DBS ...
Malaysia Airlines kept apart from Tiger at Adelaide Airport - Crikey (blog)
An incident involving Malaysia Airlines and Tigerair Australia at Adelaide Airport yesterday underlines the importance of a vigilant tower when an airline, in this case a local low cost carrier, stuffs up. The Malaysia flag carrier's jet on this occasion was an A330 ...
Twitter: From user 'Fidget'
@AnnieMac @zanelowe this needs to be on air!! Already played by Nihal on #radio1 https://t.co/NbgYW61dQA
An engineering issues forces Tiger flight to divert to Sydney - ABC Online
An engineering issues forces Tiger flight to divert to Sydney. Updated July 26, 2014 19:21:58. A Tigerair plane flying from Brisbane to Melbourne has been diverted to Sydney after an engineering issue was identified during the flight. Tigerair says it was a ...
Twitter: From user 'Audie Bakerson'
@tiger Air is popular with everyone over here. Potable water is too.
Tigerair sinks deeper - Aspire Aviation (blog)
The tide has not changed for Tigerair as the budget carrier which is 40% owned by Singapore Airlines (SIA) continues to be plagued by poor performance. Tigerair posted an operating loss of S$16.4 million (US$13.1 million) for the quarter ended June 30, ...
Twitter: From user '?'
RT @onlyformahone: Only in this fanbase: AM stands for Austin Mahone, not morning AC stands for Alex Constancio, not air conditioner
Cebu Air passenger terms and conditions approved - BusinessWorld Online Edition
CEBU AIR, Inc.'s amendments to its conditions of carriage, including terms covering interline agreements, baggage, and promotional fares, among others, have been approved by the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB), in an apparent attempt to achieve smoother ...
Twitter: From user 'Kai Birli'
Nok Air Crew loves Tiger: http://t.co/GnpYo2BzRV via @YouTube
Twitter: From user 'Paolo Nurra'
RT @WWIIpix: @clayton988 Yeah. 657 Tiger II's were destroyed during Allied air raids when they were still in the factory.