Budget carrier Tiger Airways is planning to offer a number of new flights within Australia as it expands.
Budget carrier Tiger Airways is planning to offer a number of new flights within Australia as it expands.The airline has opened a new base at Avalon Airport and will commence new flights to Brisbane and Canberra following demand from travellers.
Crawford Rix, Tiger Airways managing director, said: “Commencing with seven new flights from Avalon Airport, this is further proof that Tiger Airways is well positioned to continue our successful expansion in Australia as planned.”
Last year, Tiger Airways carried a total of three million passengers flying to 14 domestic airports in Australia.
The airline operates nine Airbus A320 aircraft in Australia and ten A320s on its Singapore routes. Tiger Airways reported a profit after tax of $14.1 million (£8.75 million) for the three months ending 30 September 2010, compared to a loss of $2.3 million (£1.4 million) during the same period in 2009.
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