Traveling does not have to be ridiculously expensive. Your dream destinations should be within reach - and your airlines should make these dreams a reality instead of costly, and well, impossible! With Tiger Air (Rebranded from Tiger Airways), unbeatable deals on airfares can help you reach the travel destination of your dreams. Their competitive airfares coupled with superb deals on hotels will surely help realise the travel plans you have been saving up for!
Known for Low Fares
- Tiger Air offers raw domestic fairs that can be purchased online without fees by using a debit card issued by MasterCard. Fares usually start at $49 one-way for Sydney to Melbourne flights
, but regularly drop down even more when sales are on. These prices are the lowest available but already include all the necessary taxes and miscellaneous charges.
Stripes Loyalty Program - Another advantage of flying with Tiger Air is the chance to be a member of "Stripes". Stripes is a frequent flyer/loyalty program that allows its members to book online (and snap up the special deals) before everyone else. Exclusive members get the chance to book online first all the time, including promotional seasons. Airfare deals almost always run out in an instant and Stripes members are assured that they will get access to these promotions before everyone else. This leaves non-members of Stripes with the unfortunate risk of missing out on the lowest airfare promotions. A Stripe member has a number of exclusive perks including having their companions enjoy the same airfare as well as get access to promotional programs with Tiger Air partners and affiliates. There are also some airfare promotions that are exclusive to Stripe members only. For a low price of $29.95, Stripe members will enjoy these perks and more!
Tiger Air also boasts a large roster of aircraft. There is a total of 31 Tiger Aircraft in Australia and Singapore
, not counting the two Airbus A319 aircrafts it has subleased to SEAir. The aircraft flown by Tiger Air is the Airbus A320-200. Reliable and efficient, these aircraft are powered by the International Aero Engines V2500 and V2524. On board Tiger Air, you can have access to its impressive in-flight menu as well as other forms of entertainment. 'Tiger Bites' are available for purchase by all passengers. Free reading material, called Tiger Tales, is also provided for passengers. They can also pay a small fee for the use of the personal video player on the duration of their flight.
Tiger Air has reached several milestones over the years. In 2009, it welcomed its 10th million passenger as it celebrated its fifth year of operations. Tiger Air continues to expand its operations and broaden its destinations, welcoming more and more passengers from all across the continents it services.
Tiger Air rebranded from Tiger Airways in July 2013, just a few days before the official approval of its partnership with Virgin Australia.
- Flights in Australia
, Tiger Air flies to the following destinations: New South Wales (mostly Sydney
), Victoria, Queensland, Tasmania, and Western Australia. With regards to international destinations on the other hand, Tiger Airways can take you to the following countries: Singapore, Bangladesh (specifically Dhaka), Philippines (Cebu, Boracay, and Manila), China
(Guangzhou, Haikou, Macau, Hong Kong, and Shenzhen), Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi), Taiwan (Taipei), India (Chennai, Bangalore, Kochi, Tiruchirapalli, and Thiruvananthapuram), Thailand
(Bangkok, Krabi, Hat Yai, and Phuket) Sri Lanka (Colombo), Indonesia (Medan and Jakarta), and Malaysia (Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Kuching, and Penang).
So what are you waiting for? It is time to reach your dream destinations without losing a fortune! It is time to fly with Tiger Air!
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