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About Tigerair Taiwan

From 25th July 2017, Tigerair merged with Scoot and now works under the brand name Scoot.

Tigerair Taiwan is a low-cost carrier airline based at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, in Taiwan.

Tigerair Taiwan flies to many destinations including Bangkok, Tokyo, Taipei, Zhangjiejia, Singapore, Osaka, Naha, Macau, Kaoshiung.

Tigerair Taiwan fleet consists of an Airbus A320-200 and is the only Taiwan based low-cost carrier. The airline was formed as a joint venture between China Airlines and Budget Aviation Holdings. In 2017, Tigerair Singapore merged into Scoot.

The airline operates from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport to destinations such as Thailand, Japan, Singapore, China and Macau.



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Tigerair Taiwan News

29th June 2018

Tigerair announce new promotion

To celebrate the end of the financial year, Tigerair Australia have announced a sale, selling tickets from $40.25. These new domestic deals should keep the Australian airline warm this winter! The promotion will last for all flights during August but you will have to take a mid-week flight in order to score the best deals! All sales fares exclude checked baggage, in-flight meals and entertainment but at these prices, who cares!


20th April 2018

Tiger Airways refuse to cancel flights out of Melbourne

Extreme weather conditions have caused flights to be cancelled out of Melbourne Airport. low clouds and poor visibility, in the wake of an oncoming storm, have wrecked havoc on flyers plans in the last hours, including Qantas flights. Tigerair, or Tiger Airways, however, have confirmed that it did not cancel any of its services due to these conditions. Although safety Tigerair's main priority was safety, it wanted to keep passenger disruptions to a minimum.