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Tigerair launches Oktoberfest promo

Tigerair, Asia-Pacific’s fastest-growing low-cost carrier, rings in the “ber” months with a special treat: Buy 3, Get 2 Free! From now until September 20, purchase 3 tickets to any destination and get 2 tickets free of charge. Tickets bought on these dates may be used from Oct. 1 to Dec. 15, 2013.

“In addition to providing topnotch service, Tigerair is committed to providing our customers the most memorable experiences. Through this opportunity, we hope that we are able to give consumers the immeasurable joy of being together with their loved ones this holiday season,” says Olive Ramos, Tigerair Philippines President and CEO.

Tigerair flies domestic via Terminal 4 to Manila-Cebu; Manila-Bacolod; Manila-Iloilo; Manila-Kalibo; Manila-Puerto Princesa; Manila-Tacloban. Its international flights include: Clark-Hong Kong; Clark-Bangkok; Kalibo-Singapore; Manila-Phuket.

Fares are non-commissionable and exclusive of Fuel Surcharge, Taxes, Booking Fees, DPSC, and ASF and on a limited Seat Availability only. Bookings must be composed of 5 passengers to avail of the promo.  For more information, you may call +632-798-4488 or log on to www.tigerair.com.

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