Low-fare airline Tiger Airways will offer 15,000 free seats, excluding taxes and fees, for its daily flights between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur from the day it starts operating the route on Feb 1 until Oct 25, 2008.

The airline yesterday announced the offer of the free seats in conjunction with the launch of sales for the new route. Tiger Airways promises to consistently deliver the low, low fares that our customers are used to.

With such affordable air fares, flights will be very popular and consumers will benefit greatly. Affordable and convenient travel between the two cities will lead to development of trade and tourism, which is an important stimulator of economic growth.

Tiger Airways will operate from the low-cost carrier terminal at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, which is in line with Tiger Airways’ streamlined operations model that focuses on high efficiency to keep costs low.

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