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 'Henny Powers'
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Twitter: From user 'Radio Emotion (BEL)'
ON AIR : Amel Bent - Eye of the tiger - (http://t.co/BmGAR0XuUM)
Twitter: From user 'WQPM Radio'
Tiger boys basketball hits the air tonight on the BIG Q as Princeton travels south to take on Zimmerman in non... http://t.co/umQsSgGRHJ
Who's afraid of coal-fired power plant? - Zamboanga Today Online
(BY: JESUS DUREZA) Last Thursday from Manila, I took Tiger Air ( recently acquired by Cebu Pacific) enroute to Cagayan de Oro to visit the STEAG coal fired plant in Villanueva town inside the PHIVIDEC industrial estate. I thought I was out of Manila's bad ...
ADVOCACY MINDANOW: Who's afraid of coal-fired power plant? - Minda News
DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/25 November) — Last Thursday from Manila, I took Tiger Air (recently acquired by Cebu Pacific) en route to Cagayan de Oro to visit the STEAG coal-fired plant in Villanueva town inside the PHIVIDEC industrial estate. I thought I was ...
Cebu Pacific, Tigerair sustain growth for Jan-Oct - Rappler
The capacity of Cebu Pacific and Tigerair grew 13.1% to 16.56 million in the first 10 months of 2014 from 14.64 million in the same period in 2013, attributed to the delivery of 4 brand new aircraft. This also translated to a higher load factor of 84.2% for the ...
Virgin Australia secures FIRB approval for Tigerair Oz buyout - ch-aviation
welcomed the Foreign Investment Review Board's statement that it has no objections to the proposed acquisition by Virgin Australia of the remaining 40 per cent of shares in Tiger Australia Airways Pty Ltd from Tigerair Holdings Limited,"; it said in a filing to the ...
Twitter: From user 'Didi (^~^)'
?? sharing the bus with a 6-year old boy. shared with uncle i'm taking Tiger Air. 6 y/o: i always go to Hongkong and take Singapore Airlines
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport pan down 5%, cargo down 2% in ... - CAPA - Centre for Aviation
After a near-quarter century hiatus on new airline entry, Taiwan in Dec-2014 is set to receive its second LCC startup, V Air, wholly owned by existing Taiwanese carrier TransAsia Airways. V Air follows the Sep-2014 launch of Tigerair Taiwan, Taiwan's first new ...
Twitter: From user 'DS Tiger Radio'
Tiger Hoops--Folks, after technical issues we just can't get worked out...we are not going to be able to get on the air tonight.