Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Tiger to fly Melbourne-Brisbane
Tiger Airways just announced its newest route, with the debut of flights between Melbourne (Tullamarine) and Brisbane early next year.
Fares are now on sale from $88 for the services which will operate up to three times a day from 28 Mar 2010.
The move follows the announcement earlier this week that Tiger would be operating double daily services on the Sydney-Gold Coast route, as well as additional flights from Melbourne to Hobart, Adelaide, the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast.
More details in tomorrow's Travel Daily.
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