Tigerair Australia reveals 3 new Boeing 737-800 directing services for Bali flights
Tigerair Australia unveiled the first of its three Boeing 737-800s dedicated to fly short-haul international routes to Bali. About seven weeks from now including routes from Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. The airlines have recruited more than 100 cabin members for their new route.
The three 737-800’s interior, as well as exterior looks, are reconfigured and re-branded to meet airline specifications. Based on annual yearly performance report, Tigerair airline shows great on-time routine, industry lowest cancellation rates. Also an improved customer satisfaction service levels that are stronger than ever. Chief Executive Officer of Tigerair Australia Rob Sharp says ticket sales so far have been “tracking to our business plan”.
The Bali flights will also offer free as well as paid wireless in-flight entertainment plus a wide selection of hot and cold food and drinks which can be pre-purchased online or while on board.
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