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Tigerair travel deal for modern-day heroes

Tigerair Philippines, the country’s fastest growing low-cost carrier, offers another irresistible deal for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) known as the Philippines’ modern day heroes.

Light fares include a one-way base fare for international flights for only Php911++ from Clark-Hong Kong, Clark-Singapore, Kalibo-Singapore; and Php91++ one-way base fare for domestic destinations Manila-Cebu, Manila-Bacolod, and Manila-Iloilo from September 9 to 11, 2013 only.  Travel period for this promo is from October 1 to December 31, 2013.

“We are relentless in coming up with innovative travel promos that aims to bridge the gap between families. Tigerair’s “Modern-day Heroes Promo” will allow visiting OFWs to stretch their hard-earned money so that they can do more. This is our way of thanking them for boosting tourism in the country and for their hefty contribution in the Philippine economy through their remittances that helped strengthen the Philippine Peso against the US Dollar. And as your travel partner, we connect Filipinos to the rest of the world,”says Olive Ramos, Tigerair Philippines President and CEO.

Those availing of the promo can book and pay at any 7-Eleven convenient stores nationwide. For more information, call +632(7984488) or log on to www.tigerair.com.

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

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