Tiger Airways, a Singapore based airline is running an online promotion of free seats on flights across some selected destinations in Australia. Tiger Airways has over 30,000 free seats up for grabs on the stipulated domestic routes. According to the airline, the offer is in respect and commemoration of New Zealand and Australian Army Corps (ANZAC) day.

The low-cost airline says that the over 30,000 free seats are available and open to everyone. One can book a seat any day between Friday to Monday, or perhaps until all the seats are sold out. The flights are set be taken between June and September hence passengers need to plan accordingly.

The stipulated domestic routes include flights from Adelaide to Canberra and return, Melbourne to Canberra and return, Melbourne to Sydney and return, Adelaide to Hobart and return, Melbourne to Hobart and return, Melbourne to Adelaide and return, and finally Melbourne to Launceston and return.

The nucleus hub for Tiger Airways Private Limited is Singapore Changi Airport. The airline was incorporated back in 2003 and commenced official sale of tickets in august 2004. Since then, the airline has grown to be the largest low-cost airline in terms of the number of passengers carried.

Despite the escalating costs of oil and powerful competition from other airlines, the 30,000 free seats offer, according to the airline is not only to memorialize ANZAC day but also to create an opportunity to appreciate its Clientele. For passengers to score the seats and get that opportunity to travel for free in any of the destinations across Australia, they are required to book online. All details and information regarding the 30,000 free seats can be found on the official website of the airline.

Keep in mind that all the terms and conditions, GST and airport charges apply.

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