Tiger Airways Australia is a budget airline based in Melbourne, Australia. It was founded in 2007 as the Australian subsidiary of Singapore-based Tiger Airways.
The focus of Tiger Airways Australia is the domestic market. At its peak, it operated scheduled flights to 17 destinations in Australia. However, many of these were ended after Tiger Airways Australia was temporarily grounded by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority in July 2011.
As of November 2011, Tiger Airways Australia is only operating scheduled flights to 5 major cities within Australia.
The Tiger Airways Australia fleet comprises of Airbus A320 aircraft.
Current Tiger Airways Australia destinations include:
Brisbane (Brisbane Airport)
Gold Coast (Gold Coast Airport)
Melbourne (Melbourne Tullamarine Airport)
Perth (Perth Airport)
Sydney (Sydney Airport)
Melbourne (Avalon Airport)