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About Tigerair

Tigerair, or Tiger Airways, was a budget airline headquartered in Singapore and based at Singapore Changi Airport. In 2017, the airline merged with another airline from Singapore, the low-cost carrier Scoot. Established in 2004, the airline was a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines Limited and was a leading Singapore-based no-frills airline that offered affordable travel options and a seamless customer experience.

Tigerair flew to many destinations within Southeast Asia, China and India, including Bangalore, Bangkok, Cebu, Clark, Chennai, Chiang Mai, Denpasar, Dhaka, Guangzhou, Guilin, Haikou, Hanoi, Hat Yai, Ho Chi Minh City, Ipoh, Jinan, Jakarta, Kalibo, Macau, Male, Penang, Ningbo, Nanning, Phuket, Shenzhen, Taipei, Surabaya and many others. Other airlines offering flights to Tigerair include Firefly Airlines

Ticket sales to these destinations commenced 24 February 2006, with the first flight to Shenzhen taking place on 15 April, to Haikou from 26 April and to Guangzhou from 27 April 2006. The airline since indicated that the routes were highly popular, with increased flights to Haikou and Guangzhou less than three months since their launch and were among the most popular routes while Tigerair was still active.

Tigerair became the first Singaporean low-cost carrier to receive operating permits from the Chinese aviation authorities to fly to the southern Chinese cities of Haikou, Guangzhou and Shenzhen. Tigerair's fleet consisted of Airbus A319-100 and Airbus A320-200 with a combined total of over 30 aircraft. Tigerair also had a codeshare agreement with Golden Myanmar Airlines.

 With a fleet of Airbus A320-family aircraft, averaging about four years of age, Tigerair operated flights to over 40 destinations across Asia such as Singapore, Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. For domestic airlines flying within the Maldives, please visit Maldivian or Mega-Maldives. In 2006 and 2010, Tigerair won the CAPA Low-Cost Airline of the Year Award and in May 2016, Tigerair joined the world's largest low-cost carrier alliance, Value Alliance.

Tigerair offered food and beverages available for purchase as part of a buy on board programme - Tigerbites. The menu offered light meals such as instant noodles, sandwiches and salads. Hot and cold beverages, as well as liquor. Tigerconnect gave you the option to make only one booking to purchase two connecting flights throughout our network of 50 destinations in 13 Asia Pacific countries shared by Tigerair Taiwan, Tigerair Singapore, and its partner airline, Scoot, who it now has a merger with and operates under. Tigerair has now merged with Scoot, to make your Tigerair booking and purchase Tigerair tickets, please visit the Scoot page on the Alternative Airlines website. 


Tigerair Baggage

Tiger Airways now operates as Scoot and follows Scoot's baggage policies. Visit the Scoot page to see the airline's baggage allowance.


Tigerair Check-In Information

Tiger Airways now operates as Scoot and follows Scoot's check-in policies. Visit the Scoot page to read how to check-in to Scoot flights.


Tigerair Discount Code

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Tigerair Route Map

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Tigerair Popular Routes

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Manila  Plane icon  Singapore


Hong Kong  Plane icon  Singapore


Singapore Plane icon  Ho Chi Minh City


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Singapore Changi Airport 

 Singapore Changi Airport is the main airport for Singapore and is the hub airport for Tiger Airways. The airport is also the hub for Scoot, SilkAir, Singapore Airlines, Jetstar Asia Airways, Tigerair. It has three runways and can handle nearly 55 million passengers per year

Other airlines which fly to and from Changi Airport include AirAsia, Air China, Air France, Bangkok Airways, Emirates and many others. 













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Tiger Airways News

29th June 2018

Tigerair Australia announce new promotion

To celebrate the end of the financial year, Tigerair Australia has announced a sale, selling tickets from $40.25. These new domestic deals should keep the Australian airline warm this winter! The promotion will last for all flights during August but you will have to take a mid-week flight in order to score the best deals! All sales fares exclude checked baggage, in-flight meals and entertainment but at these prices, who cares!


20th April 2018

Tiger Airways refuse to cancel flights out of Melbourne

Extreme weather conditions have caused flights to be cancelled out of Melbourne Airport. low clouds and poor visibility, in the wake of an oncoming storm, have wrecked havoc on flyers plans in the last hours, including Qantas flights. Tigerair, or Tiger Airways, however, have confirmed that it did not cancel any of its services due to these conditions. Although safety Tigerair's main priority was safety, it wanted to keep passenger disruptions to a minimum. 


13th February 2018

Tigerair suspends Brisbane-Perth and Brisbane-Whitsunday Coast services

What you need to know if you're flying these routes from 1 March 2018.

Tigerair Australia has announced that it will suspend services between Brisbane and Perth and Brisbane and Whitsunday Coast from 1 March 2018.

Customers booked to travel on these affected Tigerair services will be notified by the airline in the coming weeks.

Wherever possible, customers are being provided with same day flights as close as possible to their originally scheduled departure time with Virgin Australia.

Tigerair has said it regularly reviews its flight network and schedule based on a number of factors including operational requirements, demand and market dynamics and will continue to review these routes moving forward to assess their viability.


21st November 2017

Tigerair Taiwan launched services in 2014 and became a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Airlines in 2017. In March this year the carrier launched its first service from Taichung, the 755-kilometre sector to Macau, which it serves daily. There was a ribbon cutting ceremony in Macau to celebrate the new route. The LCC operates from three airports in Taiwan, with its main base at Taipei Taoyuan.

Tigerair Taiwan is a Taiwan-based LCC that was launched as a joint venture between China Airlines and Tiger Airways Holdings. It began operations in September 2014 and in early 2017, the carrier became a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Airlines. Tigerair Taiwan operates a fleet of 10 A320s and is the fourth largest provider of published international capacity from Taiwan in 2017, behind only China Airlines, EVA Air and Cathay Pacific Airways.



2nd October 2017

Hobart, Tasmania now hour closer to Gold Coast due to Tigerair Australia flights

The southernmost State in Australia is set to get a whole lot closer to the Gold Coast from December.

Tigerair Australia will launch up to four weekly return services between Hobart and Gold Coast on December 7 — just in time for the peak summer holiday season.

The two-hours and 40 minute direct flights will slice at least an hour off travel times for commuters between Hobart and the Coast.

Added to meet extra demand, the new route between Hobart Airport and Gold Coast Airport will be the only direct, low-cost travel option between the two popular tourist destinations. Currently, people travelling between the Coast and Hobart have to go through Melbourne or Sydney to catch a connecting flight.

Tourism and Major Events Minister Kate Jones said 45,000 Tasmanians visited the Coast in the past year — an increase of seven per cent on the previous year.

The Hobart service means passengers now have a direct connection to the Gold Coast from every southern capital city in Australia.

The new flights, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, will depart Hobart at 8.50am (AEDT) and arrive at Coolangatta at 10.20am. The return service will depart the Coast at 10.50am, arriving into Hobart at 2.30pm (AEDT).

Tigerair Australia acting CEO Peter Wilson said the service would offer faster, cheaper access to both cities for tourist, budget and leisure travellers.

“These new flights launching in December provide a welcome boost for tourism in both cities, covering the upcoming peak summer holiday travel period and the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in April,” he said.

The Coast is considered a key part of Tigerair’s network, with the company eager to showcase the city as it seeks to capitalise on the busy Commonwealth Games period.

Tigerair offered heavily discounted fares between the two cities for as little as $10 each way in an online sale yesterday to celebrate the new route.

Gold Coast Airport CEO Chris Mills said the Hobart service would boost the Coast’s connectivity to what was a growing tourist hotspot.

“It is great to see Tigerair strengthen its commitment to the Gold Coast and we look forward to welcoming Tasmanians here for some surf, sand and sun this summer,” he said.