New Delhi, July 8: Another airline has jumped into the fare-war. While SpiceJet, Jet Airways, AirAsia, IndiGo have been offering discounts in domestic flight tickets, Tigerair announced an interesting offer on its international flight tickets.
Tigerair on Tuesday, July 8 lowered its fares by half for a limited period on its Singapore-bound flights from five Indian cities to celebrate the golden jubilee of Singapore's independence and completion of 50 years of bilateral ties.[Hurry, Limited Offer to Grab Red Hot Fare: Book SpiceJet flight ticket at Rs 1,899]
Singapore Airlines holds majority stake in Tigerair, which recently has joined hands with Singapore Tourism Board (STB) to celebrate the twin occasions.
According to a press release, Tigerair offers an all-inclusive one-way fare starting at Rs 3,799 for a journey from Chennai while all-inclusive return fare to Singapore will be Rs 7,999, the airline said.
These fares, however, varies from city-to-city, depending upon the distance, with the maximum fares under the promotion offer pegged at Rs 5,499 for a Bengaluru-Singapore journey.
Passengers travelling from Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kochi and Trichy can undertake bookings from July 7 to 15 for a travel period between August 4 to November 6, the release said.
Tigerair operates a total of 40 weekly flights to Singapore from these cities.
(With agency inputs)