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Posted: 29 Mar 2012 | 6:00 am
Low-cost airline Tiger have announced flights between Colombo in Sri Lanka and Singapore.
Flights will operate three times a week (Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday) and will commence as of May 31st.
The airline is following in the tracks of Thai AirAsia who are flying from Bangkok to Colombo which commenced services March 1st.
Sri Lanka continues to see widespread development in its tourism market, with added airlift bringing a boost to the demand fundamentals.
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