Colombo is Tiger Airways’ seventh in its growing network of destinations in South Asia, and they offer a very affordable rate for baggage. Accordingly, Tiger Airways will fly three times a week to Colombo on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.Perring went on to state that Tiger Airways’ direct service between Colombo and Singapore will provide more options at great value fares for leisure and business travellers.
Also speaking on the sidelines of the function, Andre Fernando, Chairman/CEO, MAC Holdings (Pvt.) Ltd. said that for now the flight from Colombo will be landing at Singapore Airport’s low cost terminal but from August it will be landing at the normal terminal.
Established in September 2004, the airline has steadily grown its fleet to 34 A320 aircraft with an average age of under three years. It also has two A319s that are operated independently by SEAir in the Philippines under a partner airline programme.