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  1. Tigerair launches ‘return for free’ offer in India; prices Singapore offer at Rs 7,499

Tigerair launches ‘return for free’ offer in India; prices Singapore offer at Rs 7,499

Singapore-based no-frill carrier Tigerair has tied up with one of India's largest private bank for a special...

By: | New Delhi | Updated: March 16, 2015 7:17 PM
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Tigerair has launched this scheme to mark Singapore’s golden jubilee celebrations. (Reuters)

Singapore-based no-frill carrier Tigerair has tied up with one of India’s largest private bank for a special ‘Pay to go, return for free’ offer for the bank’s credit and debit cardholders.

“The offer ‘Pay to go, return for free,’ would be available to Axis Bank’s customer from March 17 for a period up to March 29, for travel between July 5 to September 30, 2015,” the airline said in a release.

The airline has launched this scheme to mark Singapore’s golden jubilee celebrations.

Tigerair has also announced all-in return fares to Singapore from Chennai starting at Rs 7,499, excluding taxes and other charges, during the promotional period.

“On the occasion of Singapore’s golden jubilee, we wanted to provide an opportunity for our travellers to be a part of the celebrations in Singapore by offering affordable fares. We are pleased to introduce Tigerair’s best offerings to Axis Bank’s customers through this attractive offer,” Tigerair Singapore’s director for sales and marketing Teh Yik Chuan said.

Tigerair operates 37 weekly flights to Singapore from five Indian destinations.

Besides, the airline also connects to a host of destinations in South-East Asia including Bali, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Taipe and also to Perth in Australia via Singapore.

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