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Via.com, Tiger Airways, SEAIR sign strategic travel agent distribution alliance

Southeast Asian Airlines (SEAIR) recently announced it has entered into a strategic partnership with leading travel solutions provider Via.com through tigerairways.com, its marketing partner. Through this partnership, travelers will have greater choice and convenience in booking SEAIR flights through Via.com’s extensive network of travel agents and capitalize on the reach of tigerairways.com.

In the Philippines, Via.com has the largest travel agency network and is affiliated with more than 4,000 establishments in 150 cities and towns in the country. Aside from being able to purchase SEAIR tickets through Via.com travel agents, customers will also have access to hotels, holiday packages, land transfers and other complementary travel products at highly competitive rates.

“Our alliance with Via.com will enable us to reach out to a wider customer base, including the growing business and leisure travel market in the Philippines. Plus, our interaction with our clients will have a personal touch whenever they book their holidays through Via.com,” said SEAIR president and CEO, Patrick Tan.

“We are very excited with our partnership with SEAIR. Via.com has the privilege of being able to distribute SEAIR flights, encouraging travellers to explore the many beautiful destinations in the country and around the region, with the added bonus of offering great deals on hotels and holiday packages,” said Via.com Philippines country manager, Ramesh Samineni.

SEAIR has also announced that it is offering special one-way fares starting at P449 for all its domestic and international flights.

SEAIR flies to Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Bacolod, Tacloban, Puerto Princesa and Kalibo (Boracay) from Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) terminal 4, also known as the Manila Domestic Airport. It also flies to Singapore, Hong Kong, Kota Kinabalu, Bangkok and Kalibo (Boracay) from its hub at Diosdado Macapagal International Airport in Clark, Pampanga.

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