Tiger Airways story

Tiger Airways is one of Asia’s leading low cost carriers. First established in 2003 with Tiger Singapore, it rapidly grew its paw print with Tiger Airways Australia in 2007, and associate airlines, Mandala Airlines in Indonesia and SEAir in the Philippines in 2012.

Operating from Singapore and Australia (Melbourne and Sydney), Tiger’s network extends to over 30 destinations in 13 countries in the Asia Pacific region.

Tiger is committed to offering customers great value fares and friendly service while maintaining the highest standards of safety, security and reliability.

The airline has won several awards, including the Low Cost Airline of the Year Award at CAPA’s Aviation Awards for Excellence in 2010.

Where we fly

Tiger Airways flies to over 30 destinations in 13 countries in the Asia Pacific region. Please refer to our route map.

Tiger Airways Fleet

Tiger Airways has a fleet of A320 aircraft with an average age of under three years. It also has another two A319s that are operated independently by SEAir. Tiger plans to build its fleet to 68 aircraft by December 2015.

Fleet as at 30 September 2012
Tiger Singapore 19 (A320)
Tiger Australia 11 (A320)
Mandala (Indonesia) 3 (A320)
SEAir (Philippines) 2 (A319) and 3 (A320)