Asian air fares
Singapore-based Tiger Airways, part owned by Singapore Airlines, is to offer summer 2009 fares starting at about 16 US dollars, including taxes. (Asian budget airlines launch price war)
Jetstar Asia, a Singapore-based budget airline, has a promotion aimed at beating the cheapest price offered by rivals.
Malaysian budget airline AirAsia also has its promotion.
Among its offers is a one-way flight from Singapore to Bangkok starting from 43 dollars, inclusive of taxes, for travel from March 23 to September 11.
AirAsia is also offering a number of tickets starting from 26 cents for travel within Malaysia.
Indonesia's Lion Air is selling a one-way trip from Singapore to Bali for as low as 5.80 dollars for travel from June 1 to September 30.
Thailand's Nok Air is offering one-way fares for as low as 25 cents, excluding taxes and fees, for domestic flights for those travelling from May 15 to September 30.