With daily services to Bali from Melbourne and Perth and five times a week flights from Adelaide that took of at the end of March 2016, Tigerair Australia spreads its wings to the popular tourist destination. The services will utilise three recently reconfigured Boeing 737-800 aircraft for its first international services, accommodating 180 all economy seats, five rows of which come with extra legroom. These will comprise eighteen seats in the front of the cabin and 12 seats in exit rows.
Help for AirAsia X Indonesia passengers
In a recent announcement, Tigerair Australia has offered special recovery fares for AirAsia X Indonesia passengers affected by the suspension of flights between Bali and Melbourne from 1st September 2016.
The airline will offer a 20% discount on any fare currently available on the Tigerair Australia website to affected AirAsia X customers booked on flights from 1st September 2016, if they can show proof of their Air Asia itinerary via email to [email protected]