Tigerair campaign offers cheap tickets for SE Asia
Tigerair Taiwan, a budget carrier joint venture between Taiwan’s China Airlines and Singapore’s Tiger Airways, said Monday that a promotional campaign will offer passengers cheap tickets to Southeast Asian countries through Wednesday.
The campaign, which kicked off at noon, will last until midnight Wednesday, the carrier said.
Flights to Bangkok and Chiang Mai in Thailand will cost NT$1,999 (US$64), while those to Singapore will be as low as NT$2,999, Tigerair said, adding, however, that the tickets can only be used between May 7-31.
The program is a result of high demand for travel to Southeast Asia, said the no-frills airline, which launched its inaugural flight to Singapore last September.
On April 2, the airline started offering flights to Tokyo, its fifth international destination, following Singapore, Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Macau.