Cebu Pacific and Tigerair Make Progress with Interline Agreement

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Cebu Pacific and Tigerair have made further progress on their interline agreement with the first interline flights now available for sale on the Tigerair website.

The interline agreement is part of a wide-ranging strategic alliance entered into between the two carriers earlier this year and will enable both airlines to leverage their respective strengths to enhance their network coverage and jointly market interline routes.

Travellers will be able to enjoy seamless connections between the two airlines, with easy one-stop ticketing for connecting flights and baggage check-in.

Specifically, Tigerair's customers will be able to fly from South East Asia to 34 Philippine cities, Korea and Japan on Cebu Pacific's network, and Cebu Pacific's customers in the Philippines will be able to add Tigerair's destination calls in Australia (via Perth), India, and China to their flight itineraries.

Customers on such extended itineraries will be able to connect through Singapore Changi Airport and Ninoy Aquino International Airport in the Philippines.

President and CEO of Cebu Pacific Air, Mr. Lance Gokongwei said, "Together with Tigerair, we are proud to offer the largest, most extensive low cost network to and from the Philippines. Tigerair's network reinforces Cebu Pacific's strong presence in Asia, and expands our network with new destinations in Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Maldives and Thailand. We look forward to offering our trademark low fares and fun flights to both Cebu Pacific and Tigerair customers."

Tigerair flights will be available on Cebu Pacific's website from September 2014.

Tigerair, Cebu Pacific, Singapore, Philippines

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