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Tigerair Destinations Now Available on Cebu Pacific Website

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Tigerair Singapore destinations such as Bangalore (India), Yangon (Myanmar), Perth (Australia), Male (Maldives), and Dhaka (Bangladesh), among others, are now available on the Cebu Pacific website.

Cebu Pacific flights became available in the Tigerair Singapore website in July 2014.

We are very happy to offer our guests more travel options and easy connectivity through the Manila and Singapore airports. With the final phase of this interline agreement in place, cross-booking flights on a single itinerary to the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East becomes very convenient, said Cebu Pacific Vice President for Marketing and Distribution, Candice Iyog.

Both Tigerair and Cebu Pacific operate out of Singapores Changi International Airport Terminal 2.

Guests taking Cebu Pacifics direct flights from Manila, Cebu, Clark or Iloilo can avail of the CEBConnect product upon landing in Singapore, for a fast and seamless transfer.

Guests who purchased CEBConnect simply have to collect a boarding pass for the onward flight at Changi Airport Transfer Lounge E. There is no more need to clear through immigration, pick up bags or check in again. This is applicable for flights with a minimum of two hours connecting time at Changi Airport.

We continue to work on providing travel options and opportunities for our guests. With this enhanced low-cost network, we hope that we can enable even more Juans to fly, Iyog added.

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