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:


Twitter: From user 'IMG College Audio'
On the Air: Tiger Talk w/ @CoachGusMalzahn & @VoiceofAUTigers. Check @AuburnTigers, @tunein (http://t.co/8urE9dXhBp) & @AuburnIMGSports Net.
Tigerair Taiwan to offer local dishes on its flights - Focus Taiwan News Channel
1 (CNA) Tigerair Taiwan, a low-cost carrier joint venture between Taiwan's China Airlines and Singapore's Tiger Airways, said Monday that its inflight menu will include Taiwanese dishes, as part of its budget-friendly image. For passengers who book online, ...
Twitter: From user 'Jenko'
RT @tbhjuststop: College be like: Housing: $2,761 Meal plan: $1,871 Books: $1,263 Enrollment: $998 Air: $3,614 Grass: $4,154 Sidewalk: $5,8…
Twitter: From user 'Esteban '
I miss the smell of the air back home on a Friday night ....(eye of the tiger starts playing in the background) good ole SP football ??
Twitter: From user 'Atron Thorne'
Pastor Shane Perry I see u Rep'in your Auburn Tiger! I just pick these up NIKE AIR TRAINER SC HIGH… http://t.co/C1fs9Ddcw1
The end of ultra-cheap fares - Sydney Morning Herald (blog)
Tigerair decided to take on Jetstar's Australian patch in 2007 when it found AirAsia had consumed much of southeast Asia's appetite for low-cost flying and took advantage of Australian regulations that allow domestic airlines to be 100 per cent foreign-owned.
September takeoff for Taiwan's first budget airline - The Malay Mail Online
Flight attendants pose during the Tigerair Taiwan launch conference in Taoyuan on December 16, 2013. — AFP picTAIPEI, Sept 2 — Taiwan's first budget airline said yesterday it was scheduled to launch its maiden flight later this month, tapping into the ...
Tigerair to launch budget flights between Taiwan, Singapore this month - GlobalPost
Taiwan's first low-cost carrier, Tigerair Taiwan, said Monday it will begin flights between Taipei and Singapore by the end of this month, seeking to expand to its presence from the already competitive budget airline business in Southeast Asia to that in ...
Twitter: From user 'Trivial Matters'
Obvy this came out of thin air soooo maybe withhold, contain, count to four like Daniel Tiger...whatever and wait for official confirmation
VA: Aviation's Financial Bloodbath Continues - Travel Trends
International short-haul, especially the Bali route, was among the hardest hit. Tigerair Australia, its low-cost JV with Singapore Airlines, also performed poorly, losing almost $1m a week for Virgin Australia through the year. Mr Borghetti played down Tigerair ...