Tigerair Taiwan Announces Resumption of Limited Free Flights and Tickets | Taiwan News


TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Tigerair Taiwan, a low-cost airline and a subsidiary of Taiwan’s largest carrier China Airlines, announced its resumption of flights on Monday (November 15th) in a press release after suspending operations for a year.

The carrier said it expects the tourism market to recover next year amid rising COVID-19 vaccination rates and increasingly relaxed travel restrictions around the world. The carrier will announce this year’s winter flight schedule on Wednesday.

The first available flight routes include Taoyuan-Macao, Taoyuan-Tokyo, Taoyuan-Osaka and Taoyuan-Seoul, the statement said.

The carrier will also offer free departure tickets for customers who order round-trip tickets online for all four routes from 10 a.m. on November 17 to 11.59 p.m. on November 30. Those interested in free tickets should prepare a passport valid for at least six months as well as a credit card and an order from the carrier official site.

Tigerair Taiwan is also offering a free flight change for customers ordering before February 14, 2022, for flights departing before March 26, 2022.

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