Flights to operate in Kuala LumpurDecember 2nd, 2008 - 12:53 pm ICT by Amrit Rashmisrisethi
29 flights has been opened yesterday between Singapore and Malaysia. The chain between the two cities linked up 60 per cent more than the day before.
The firs departure was of Tiger Airways 6.10 am, where there were plenty of seats available.
The traditional year-end peak, attractive fares, as well as the shutdown of Bangkok airport which has seen travellers opt for other destinations, were among the reasons for the strong traffic. Singapore Airlines (SIA) as well as low-cost carriers Tiger Airways and Jetstar Asia all reported good loads.Malaysia Airlines (MAS) and budget carrier AirAsia are the other two big players in the market.
- Tiger Airways Hyderabad-Singapore flight from September - Jul 02, 2012
- Malaysia's AirAsia wins TTG best Asian low-cost carrier award - Oct 12, 2010
- Singapore Airlines to launch daily flights to Myanmar - Sep 06, 2012
- Australian, Chinese airlines start joint venture - Mar 26, 2012
- Bangkok Airways connects Bangalore and Thailand - Oct 04, 2011
- Myanmar to introduce e-visa system - Feb 01, 2012
- IndiGo readies to fly to Kathmandu - Jun 17, 2011
- AirAsia launches flight to Bangalore - May 21, 2010
- Myanmar to launch new private airline - Jan 25, 2011
- South Korea's Asiana named World's Best Airline - May 21, 2010
- Forbes names AirAsia CEO Fernandes Businessman of the Year - Dec 03, 2010
- AirAsia starts Chennai-Penang flight service - Apr 28, 2010
- AirAsia to start Kolkata-Bangkok daily flight from December - Oct 20, 2010
- AirAsia launches second daily flight from Kuala Lumpur to Tiruchirapalli - Jul 28, 2009
- AirAsia set to become most connected non-local airline in India - Nov 21, 2009