[Update] Tigerair merged with Scoot on 25 July 2017 to to operate under a single brand, Scoot.
There are no qualms that Tiger Airways Singapore flights are very affordable (probably lowest compared with Jetstar and AirAia) but due to some negative feedback on their frequent flight cancellation saga, Tiger Airlines has an unenviable reputation of “Tiger Cannot Fly”. I have travelled with Tiger Airways a few times and perhaps I was lucky, those flights took off on time. So, I will still take Tiger Airways when I discover any irresistible good deals.
Where Does Tiger Airways Travel?
Tiger Air Singapore flights cover Asia and Australia. It takes it so convenience to fly out of Singapore. You can get a flight to Perth from Singapore. You can head to China and arrive at Shenzhen, Haikou or Guangzhou. You can fly to Hong Kong, or India where you can land at Bangalore, Kochi, Chennai or Tiruchirapalli. You can get cheap flights to Indonesia, Macau, Sri Lanka, or Taiwan as well. Or, if you plan on traveling to Philippines, Tiger Airways Singapore will get you there at discounted airfare prices.
On the airline’s website: www.tigerairways.com, you’ll find Tiger Airways flights are relatively cheaper. They range from around S$120 to Colombo, Sri Lanka and only S$45 to fly to Penang, Malaysia. Most of the fares start at under S$100 for the standard seat to S$210 to fly to Perth, Australia. If you book the flights early like three months ahead, you can get these prices even lower.
Tiger Airways Convenience Fee
Like other budget airlines, Tiger Airways charge a flat rate of S$8 (non-refundable convenience fee or booking fee) per flight sector when you book the ticket online. At times, this $8 Tiger Airways convenience fee may be waived with their ‘Tiger Raw’ fares promotion.
Why Should You Choose Tiger Air Singapore?
1. Tiger Air Singapore offers you a much cheaper airfare than most other airlines like Jetstar & AirAsia.
2. Tiger Airways’ long list of destinations makes it easy for you to visit Asia and Australia’s most stunning locations like Krabi, Sri Lanka and Macau.
3. Tiger Air’s special deals are exceptional and include flight deals, car and hotel deals, budget accommodations and their famous “Stripes” hotel partnership promotions made available to members.
1. There are a few destinations that Tiger Airline doesn’t go to such as Japan, South Korea.
2. Tiger Airways customer service quality needs improvement.
Overall, Tiger Airways Singapore is a good option when it comes to discount airlines as long as they offer an itinerary that fits your needs. When it comes to low prices and numerous destinations for anyone departing from Singapore, Tiger Airways Singapore would be hard to beat.