Tiger returns to Adelaide

written by australianaviation.com.au | September 4, 2012
Tiger will return to Adelaide from November. (Paul Sadler)

Tiger Airways will return to Adelaide with twice daily flights from Melbourne starting in November.

Promotional fares are on sale on the budget carrier’s website through Thursday starting at $19.95. Visitors can also vote on where they want Tiger to fly to next.

Adelaide will become Tiger’s sixth destination in Australia as it continues to claw back from last year’s safety-related grounding.


“Tiger Airways is continuing with its Australian expansion as planned and our return to Adelaide is an important milestone on this journey,” Tiger Australia CEO Andrew David said.

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  • Bill


    It was mentiond earlier in this piece by, Air Marshal Mel Hupfeld, that the FA-18 Hornet replaced the Mirage fighters. I thought the F-111 ‘Ardvark’ replaced the Mirage jets around 1967 till 1999 such as the Raaf 6th squadron. If my memory serves me correct the aircraft served our country well until they were superseded by the Hornets, which by the way are an exceptional fighter also.

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