Source: Economy Traveler
TigerAir Australia, the Singapore based budget airline has been announced as the world’s cheapest airline. Rome2rio, a Melbourne based global travel search company skimmed through 750,000 travel routes including air and rail by 4800 operators across the globe.
Results showed that the average cost of flying with TigerAir was a mere $0.08/km whereas airfares of flying with Qantas and Virgin Australia were found to be twice as expensive.
The price comparison was based on economy class airfares in January and February 2018.
The survey also revealed that the most expensive carrier was Nepal based Yeti Airlines which charged an average of $1.43/km.