Friday, September 6, 2013

TigerAir Ph "It's not the destination but rather the Journey that counts"

Tiger Air Philippines (Tiger Airways Ph Official Promo Website www.tigerair.com ), a low-cost budget carrier Airline express plans on making Cebu a new Hub for domestic and Asia-Pacific International destinations flights. Cebu as the center for business as well as tourism in Visayas, making it strategic for Tiger Air. A new Tiger Lounge that will serve its growing customer will be located at the Mactan Cebu International Airport will be opened soon. Tiger Air Philippines translates "It's not the destination, but the journey that counts" by providing their guest with a seamless travel process and minimal delays.

As of now Tiger Airways flies to several local destinations such as Cebu, Clark, Laoag, Bacolod, Iloilo, Tacloban and Puerto Princessa Palawan including Kalibo with twice flights daily. Tiger Airways International flights includes Manila to Phuket (Tuesdays and Saturdays) Clark to Singapore (4 schedule flights weekly), Clark to Hongkong and one direct flight from Kalibo to Singapore, Tiger Air the first commercial airline to fly direct between Kalibo and Singapore.

Tigerair Philippines President and CEO, Olive Ramos (Left)
Travel Enthusiasts going to Boracay may also avail Tiger Transfer Service where Passengers can get to the Boracay island via convenient multiple transfer service with just one ticket. Tiger Transfer Service to Boracay and vice versa can be availed by purchasing a Tiger Transfer Vouchers on board the plane before landing in Kalibo International Airport or through the ckeck-in counter in the Airport and online when you book your ticket.

For more travel destinations via TigerAir Philippines or Tiger Air Promos, you may visit Tigerair Official website at www.tigerair.com.

Tigerair Philippines Local and International Flights posted at Cebu Events Blog

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