Low-cost carrier Tiger Airways is planning to increase its Singapore-based fleet to 25 aircraft by the end of March, as it launches services to new destinations. The carrier announced on May 6 that it is launching a daily non-stop service on the Singapore-Yogyakarta and Singapore-Bandung routes starting on July 1 and Aug. 1 respectively. The routes serve two secondary cities in Indonesia. Tiger’s only current Indonesian route is Singapore-Jakarta, but its Indonesian associate carrier, ...

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