Tigerair Australia has today announced that it will launch three new international routes, with services between Bali and Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth commencing from March 2016.
The three new services represent the first international flights to be flown by Tigerair Australia.
Tigerair Australia CEO Rob Sharp said said in a statement the services had been launched in response to consumer demand.
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“Today is a major milestone for Tigerair Australia, as we are thrilled to be spreading our wings and bringing lower airfares to more Australians,” Sharp said.
“Bali is a year-round leisure and family favourite destination, visited by more than one million Australians last year. Tigerair Australia flights mean it will become even more accessible for those looking an affordable and relaxing tropical getaway any time of year.
“We are excited to have Bali as our first international destination given it is so popular with Australians.
“We have already significantly enhanced our on time performance and our customer satisfaction is at an all-time high, and we look forward to bringing our customers great in-flight entertainment, delicious meal options and our friendly customer service on these new routes.”
“I am confident the new international and domestic services announced today will be well received by Australians. Every network development we announce is the result of a thorough network and demand review.
It also announced more domestic services between Sydney and Adelaide and Sydney and Cairns from December.