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Tiger returns to Darwin-Melbourne route

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 30, 2010
Tiger Airways is returning to Darwin.
Tiger Airways is returning to Darwin.

Tiger Airways has announced that it will return to the Darwin-Melbourne route from June 18, flying six weekly services.

Tiger previously cancelled its Darwin-Melbourne and Singapore-Darwin services in October 2008, citing high airport charges. This came as Jetstar began ramping up services to Darwin in an effort to make it a regional hub for services into Southeast Asia.

The return to Darwin comes after Tiger also launched services on the Melbourne-Brisbane, Brisbane-Rockhampton and Brisbane-Adelaide routes on March 28.

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