Posted on: 09 July 2010 by Ross McSweeny
Tiger Airways is adding an extra weekly service on its popular Melbourne–Darwin route, increasing the frequency of flights from six weekly services to seven from 7 August, to meet increasing demand.
Tiger Airways Australia commercial director, Steve Burns, said the airline is thrilled to not only return services to the ‘Top End’ but also to be adding extra services so soon after opening the route in June.
“Since our flights from Melbourne to Darwin commenced on 18 June, we have seen very strong demand for our consistently lowest fares on this route. We’re confident that the additional flight will prove popular with our customers, providing even more reasons to travel between Victoria and Darwin, more often for much less,” declared Burns.