Tiger Transfer: 3 easy steps to reach Boracay from Kalibo via Tiger Transfer

Travel bonds families and friends, affording them ways to explore new places and experiences and share great memories together. Tigerair Philippines takes this to heart as it launches the Tiger Transfer service for passengers going to Boracay from Kalibo and viceversa in three easy steps.

Tigerair PhilippinesStep 1 is land transfer where guests disembarking at the Kalibo International Airport will be taken by the Tiger Transfer service to the jetty port. Step 2 is the VIP boat ride exclusive for Tigerair passengers who will be allowed to take the express lane at the jetty port straight to Boracay Island. Step 3 is the land transfer to the hotel of passenger’s choice.

Under the Tiger Transfer Service, guests who purchase the transfer ticket online, onboard the flight or upon check-in, will only pay 500 pesos for one-way transfer to Boracay.

“With the Tiger Transfer service, the passengers can get to the island paradise of Boracay in just three easy steps. ‘’It is our thrust in Tigerair Philippines to offer value-for-money services, something I am proud to say, is shown through our Tiger Transfer Service,” says Olive Ramos, president and CEO of Tigerair Philippines.

Book Tigerair online and pay at 7-11 branches

Passengers of Tigerair Philippines may now pay in cash at any 7-11 branches nationwide.

Olive Ramos, president and CEO of Tigerair Philippines, says this is a service to customers who do not own credit cards. Upon booking online via www.tigerair.com, the customer will receive a booking reservation code to be presented to any 7-11 branches to facilitate the cash payment.

“7-11 has more than 780 branches nationwide, giving Tigerair passengers more than 780 locations to pay for their tickets. This is an example of the seamless customer experience and comfort that we aim to offer our passengers,” Ms. Ramos says.

Tigerair Philippines is the first commercial airline to fly direct between Kalibo and Singapore. The carrier also flies to local destinations such as Clark, Bacolod, Cebu, Iloilo, Tacloban, and Puerto Princesa, and international destinations such as Bangkok and Hong Kong.

For more information on Tigerair Philippines, visit www.tigerair.com.

  1. Micole l Philippine Traveler says

    I read this wonderful news from Tiger Airways from the Blog of Ms. Ada of PinaySoloBAckpacker. Too bad My flight to Boracay is not Tiger..

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