SINGAPORE - Budget carrier Tigerair will start flying four times a week from Singapore to Ipoh on May 29.
Tickets go on sale from April 20.
The airline's chief executive officer, Lee Lik Hsin said: "Tigerair already enjoys a significant presence in Malaysia and this addition will help meet demand for both leisure and business travel between Singapore and Malaysia."
Tigerair which works closely with Singapore Airlines' long-haul budget carrier Scoot, will time its flights to allow passengers greater connectivity to other destinations via Singapore.
The Tigerair-Scoot partnership offers travellers accessibility to a combined network of over 46 destinations across Asia and Australia, Tigerair said. Ipoh will be airline's fourth Malaysian destination after Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi and Penang.