Tiger Airways has just announced it will commence operating daily services between Sydney and the Gold Coast from the 15th of December.
Fares are now on sale from $39 one way, with md Shelley Roberts saying the announcement was "another significant milestone" for the carrier.
The new service will add 131,000 seats annually into and out of the Gold Coast, with GC Tourism ceo Martin Winter saying the move "demonstrates the popularity and sustainability of the Gold Coast as an ever evolving destination."
More details in today's Travel Daily.
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