TIGER Airways will relaunch a four-weekly direct service between Singapore and Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka state in India, from October 31.
The low-cost carrier abruptly halted its Airbus A320 services between Bangalore and Singapore from November 14 last year.
Stewart Adams, managing director of Tiger Airways Singapore, said: “Given Bangalore’s potential as a destination that attracts both business travel and leisure, we are pleased to resume our services to this city.”
G V Sanjay Reddy, managing director, Bengaluru International Airport, said the resumption of Tiger’s Singapore-Bangalore route would “boost travel and tourism, with benefits that will extend beyond Karnataka to neighboring states”.
Tiger Airways also operates to three other destinations in India – Chennai, Trivandrum and Tiruchirapalli.