Articles Tagged ‘Tiger Airways Australia’
Alice Springs connected to Tiger Airways Australia network
Despite offering a third of the new routes which were launched last week, the second week of the Northern Hemisphere summer season still serves-up a bumper week of freshly created city pairs and cakes!
From this week’s 153 route launches, our data elves have selected eight more breathtaking cakes for our Cake of the Week Summer Seasons Part 2 public online vote. These include those from airBaltic, S7 Airlines and Tiger Airways Australia.
Tiger Airways Australia expands in Queensland with new route from Sydney to Cairns.
Tiger Airways Australia inaugurates flights from Melbourne to Sunshine Coast in competition with Jetstar Airways and Virgin Australia.
Gold Coast Airport on growth wave: 7% passenger traffic increase in 2012; Jetstar and Virgin Australia dominate
Situated on the coastline world famous for its waves, Gold Coast Airport has been challenged by traffic seasonality over the years. However, new long-haul services and competition between the airport’s two main carriers could see the airport break 6m annual passengers this year.
Tiger Airways Australia inaugurates services from Sydney to the coastal Coffs Harbour.
Tiger Airways Australia starts flying from Melbourne and Sydney to Mackay in Australian Queensland.
Movember at WestJet; Wizz Air carries 50 million passengers in eight years; Tiger Airways Australia turns five; Vilnius Airport welcomes its two millionth passenger; SCAT Air arrives in Kiev Boryspil
In this week’s portion of community news, we report from Vilnius, Warsaw Modlin, Kiev and sunny Australia. But most importantly, we showcase the spectacular moustache-growing effort from WestJet’s Chris Avery.
Tiger Airways Australia launches domestic services from Melbourne to Adelaide and Hobart.
Since Tiger Airways launched Australian domestic operations in 2007, the low-cost airline has transported 9 million passengers, while newly opened Warsaw Modlin Airport already reached half a million passengers in only three months.
Tiger Airways Australia now flies from Sydney Airport to Brisbane, competing with Qantas, Virgin Australia and Jetstar.