TIGER AIR RESUME BALI FLIGHT
Tigerair has been given the tick of approval from the Indonesian Government to resume flights in and out of Bali from February 3. A Tigerair spokesperson said the airline had secured approval to use its Airbus A320, after the airline was forced to ground several of its flights.
LOW COST AIR TRAVEL OPTION BETWEEN MELBOURNE AND CANBERRA
Australia celebrated the airline’s first flight between Melbourne
and Canberra signaling the arrival of a much anticipated low cost
option for those travelling to and from the nation’s capital.
HOW TIGER AIR, ONCE ONE OF WORST AIRLINE TURN ITSELF AROUND
Tigerair, once the laughing stock of Australian aviation, says it has won back the trust and patronage of enough Australians to record its first ever full-year profit since bursting onto the market nine years ago. The budget airline's owner Virgin Australia reported Tigerair had underlying earnings before interest and tax of $2.2 million in 2015/6, up from a loss of $37 million the year before.
21 MILIONTH PASSENGER SALE
Tigerair Australiatoday joined forces with seven other leading Asia Pacific low cost airlines to form the world’s largest low cost carrier (LCC) alliance – The Value Alliance
The Value Alliance will provide greater value, connectivity, convenience and choice for travel throughout the Asia Pacific region as the partner airlines bring their extensive networks together. Tigerair Australia CEO Rob Sharp said thatthe partnership is a win- win for every Value Alliance airline and will deliver significant benefits for Tigerair Australia customers.
Tigerair Australia is in the process of incorporating innovative technology developed by Air Black Box that will enable Tigerair to sell connecting fares throughout the Asia Pacific from the Value Alliance partners in a single transaction.
TIGER AIR : PAY TO GO, RETURN FOR $1
It has been five months since Tigerair last featured this return home for $1 deal and honestly, nothing much has changed. Once again the cheapest routes available are between Gold Coast and Sydney and Melbourne and Hobart and once again, both are selling for $60 return ($59 outbound, $1 return).
Other standout fares that have made a reprise include Brisbane to Sydney for $76 return ($75 outbound, $1 return) and Cairns to Melbourne for $136 return ($135 outbound, $1 return).
TIGER AIR OPERATE TAICHUNG MACAU FLIGHTS
Low-cost carrier Tigerair Taiwan announced on Monday that it will launch flights between Taichung and Macau on March 29. State-owned Central News Agency reported that the airline, a subsidiary of Taiwan’s China Airlines, will operate one round-trip flight per day.The new flight will ease Taiwanese residents’ travel to and from the MSAR. The carrier will offer promotional tickets between January 20 and 25 in a bid to boost interest for the new service.