The onset of the rainy season in the Philippines shouldn’t stop you from making travel plans. The rains bring good news to adventurous budget travelers and those who prefer less people in travel destinations. This is usually the low season for local travel, which means lower fares and lower room rates.
Worth considering when drawing up travel plans is Tiger Airways, Southeast Asia’s leading and most trusted value-for-money carrier.
Tiger Airways Philippines will make its formal debut in the skies beginning next month, on July 10.
With the Philippines poised to become Asia’s next tiger economy, Tiger Airways anticipates more flights connecting the country to its Asian neighbors – and even beyond, in the coming years.
At present, Tiger Airways flies to Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong from Manila and Clark. On the local front, it flies passengers to Laoag, Bacolod, Kalibo, Cebu, Iloilo Tacloban and Puerto Princesa.
Next month, Tiger Airways marks another milestone when it adds the Kalibo and Singapore route, the first and only airline to offer such route.
Tiger Airways “is a distinguished regional brand that differentiates itself in terms of safety and reliability,” says newly-appointed president and chief executive officer (CEO) Ms. Olive Ramos. Promising to make travel around Asia more enjoyable, it is committed to bringing its customers its brand of friendly, high-quality service, and excellent standards of security.
Tiger Airways embodies a ‘can-do’ and respectful spirit, according to Ramos. “We will continuously pursue for roaring excellence. We are going to be the airline of choice!”
For more details log on to www.tigerairways.com