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Tigerair resumes Davao flights

Tigerair Philippines Airbus A320-232
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MANILA - After a five-month suspension, Tigerair Philippines on Friday has resumed its Davao flights.

"We have responded to our passengers' demand," Tigerair vice president Joey Laurente said in a statement.

"Tigerair is here to give you only the best service possible. To keep up the demand for Davao as a tourist destination and as an IT hub, we offer daily flights to Davao using the 144-seater Airbus 319 aircraft," he added.

The airline resumed flights to Davao on December 2. Last July, Tigerair temporarily suspended its Davao flights, citing the "negative results" of its route plan.

Earlier, Tigerair launched a twice a week flight to Phuket and three times a week Kalibo-Singapore flight.
The airline aims to offer commercial flights to Japan, Korea and China soon.

Olive Ramos, Tigerair president, had said the airline is on track to meet its P5 billion revenue target this year.
The airline will acquire two to three Airbus A320 aircraft next year to support its expansion. It has a fleet of two A319s and three A320s, serving four international routes and one domestic route out of Clark, and seven domestic routes out of Manila.

Tigerair flies to Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Clark, Laoag, Bacolod, Kalibo, Cebu, Iloilo, Tacloban, and Puerto Princesa out of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 4 (NAIA 4).
Last year, the airline carried 284,959 international and 317,897 domestic passengers.

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