Tiger Airways announces Jakarta launch date
Tiger Airways has begun selling seats between Jakarta and Singapore for a boutique service catered to Indonesia, with daily flights now set to start on 29 March. The new Harimau onboard service includes priority boarding, refreshment on board, hot meals, beverages and other inflight items available for purchase, and an inflight magazine to enjoy on the direct flight.
Rosalynn Tay, managing director of Tiger Airways Singapore, remarked, “We are pleased that we can soon operate to Jakarta. We believe that our Harimau service will be able to cater to the needs of Indonesians using our service for travel between Jakarta and Padang to Singapore. We appreciate the progress made and look forward to many passengers enjoying our Harimau service for their travels.”
The airline has just taken delivery of its second A319, allowing it to further expand its Singapore fleet.
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