Tig­erair cam­paign of­fers cheap tick­ets for SE Asia

The China Post - - LOCAL -

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.

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