SINGAPORE: Tiger’s growing appetite for A320s

Budget carrier, Tiger Airways, has signed a contract for an additional 30 Airbus A320s and 20 options. Tiger Airways currently operates a fleet of nine A320s, with 11 more to be delivered by 2010. With the latest order and option package, Tiger Airways’ fleet has the ability to grow to 70 A320s. Th e A320s […]


Budget carrier, Tiger Airways, has signed a contract for an additional 30 Airbus A320s and 20 options. Tiger Airways currently operates a fleet of nine A320s, with 11 more to be delivered by 2010. With the latest order and option package, Tiger Airways’ fleet has the ability to grow to 70 A320s.

Th e A320s will be deployed on the airline’s Asia Pacific and Australian networks that currently extends to 20 services in seven countries, as well as the new Australian domestic operation scheduled to be launched out of Melbourne on 23 November, pending regulatory approval.