Low-cost carrier Tigerair on Thursday launched direct flights between Singapore and Ningbo, China.
It is the first airline to provide the direct service to the port city from Singapore.
Flights will operate three times fortnightly on every alternate Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
One-way fare for the Singapore-Ningbo route is currently available from $214, inclusive of taxes and other charges.
"Ningbo's comprehensive and reliable transport networks makes it an ideal first stop for those who wanting to explore various key Chinese cities in a single itinerary," said Mr Ho Yuen Sang, Chief Operating Officer at Tigerair.
The Chinese city was ranked seventh in 'Forbes China's 2012 Best Cities for Business'.
To date, Tigerair flies to a total of eight destinations in Greater China, namely, Guangzhou, Haikou, Hong Kong, Lijiang, Macau, Ningbo, Shenzhen and Taipei.