Tiger Airways (airline code TT) is a no-frills airline which is modeled on Ryanair. The main aim of the Tiger Airways is to create a portfolio of profitable routes throughout Asia and Australasia and provides good services to their customers with reasonable price.
About Tiger Airways:
Tiger Airways is a low-cost airline which is based in Singapore. The main hub of the Tiger Airways is Singapore Changi Airport. It was founded in December 2003. Currently, it is the largest low-cost airline operating out of Singapore in terms of passengers carried integrated in September 2003. The airline flew 1.2 million passengers in the year 2006 with a growth of 75% from the previous year. In order to achieve operating-cost savings, the airline was the first to operate from the Budget Terminal in Changi Airport.
One of two airlines of Tiger is operated by its new Budget Terminal. Within a 4 hour flying radius of Singapore, destinations will encompass airports. The airline attempts to buy into regional carriers to expand into a pan-Asian carrier to overcome regulatory hurdles in the region. The airline has repeated its current purpose to remain focused on flying within a five-hour radius from its Singaporean base despite of regional competition. Using one-class short-haul aircraft, Tiger Airways operates in Asia Pacific, India, China and Australia. Continue reading »