Tigerair launches Singapore-Maldives flights

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Tigerair has launched flights between Singapore and Malé, capital of the Republic of Maldives. The airline is operating the route with Airbus A320 aircraft four times per week, departing from Singapore every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. “The Maldives is widely considered to be a premier tropical beach destination and it is one of the best idyllic spots to relax and unwind from the hustle and bustle of our modern lifestyles. As the only no-frills airline flying direct from Singapore to Maldives, we hope to make this exotic holiday destination even more accessible than before to everyone, from families to honeymooners to beach lovers,” said Tigerair Chief Operating Officer Ho Yuen Sang. An archipelago nation that comprises 1,190 islands in the Indian Ocean, Maldives is renowned for its natural pristine beaches and island environment. The natural beauty and splendour of the Maldives has won millions of globetrotters over thanks to its famous crystal clear waters, hospitable people, gorgeous sunsets and powdery white sand beaches. The addition of the Maldives to Tigerair’s growing sun-sand-sea network means beach lovers are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing their next beach getaway. Just last year, Tigerair added Langkawi and Boracay to perennial favourites, Bali, Krabi and Phuket.