Tiger Adds Davao and General Santos

Flights Starts November 

25 July 2014

Tigerair Philippines will add four new domestic destinations in November as it expands its route network in the Philippines.

The new Cebu Pacific Airways subsidiary said it would launch flights from Manila to Davao and General Santos on November 20, using Airbus A320 aircraft after it receives airframe from its parent.
The airline will also launch a twice a week flights from its Cebu hub to Davao and Cagayan de Oro on November 29.

Meanwhile, Cebu Pacific and Tiger Airways of Singapore has completed the implementation of its interline agreement which will create the third biggest flight network from the the Asia Pacific region next to Air Asia Berhad of Malaysia and Lion Air of Indonesia. 

Tigerair Singapore and Cebu Pacific announced plans to enter a strategic alliance on January 8, 2014 to improve its competitive level amidst the looming Asian Air integration in 2015. 

The interline agreement extends to all their networks, opening up a wide array of new destinations for their respective passengers.

The airline alliance will bring new destinations in Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Myanmar, Maldives and Thailand.

Tigerair Singapore will make available domestic Cebu Pacific flights for sale on the Tigerair website from July 23 and available on the website of Cebu Pacific starting September.

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