DAVAO is being named as the Next Wave City by the Infor-mation and Communications Technology office for three years now this is one of the reasons why Tiger Airways Philippines (Tigerair) is bringing back its daily flight to the city using the 144-seater Airbus 319 aircraft.
“The other world is where Davao is being named as the Next Wave City by the Infor-mation and Communi-cations Technology office for three years now—hoping to earn the title BPO [business process outsourcing]city soon,” said Joey Laurente, vice president for commercial of Tigerair.
He added that, “To keep up the demand for Davao as a tourist
destination and as an IT [infor-mation technology] hub, we offer daily flights to Davao using the 144-seater Airbus 319 aircraft. Tigerair is back with a promise to give you only the best service possible.”
Tigerair flies domestic via Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 4 with flights from Manila to Cebu, Davao, Bacolod, Iloilo, Kalibo, Puerto Princesa and Tacloban.
The budget carrier’s inter-national flights includes Manila to Phuket; Clark to Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore, Kalibo; and Kalibo to Singapore.
The airline also aims to offer commercial flights to Japan, Korea and China.
“We have responded to our passengers demand, Ti-gerair is here to give you only the best service possible,” Laurente said.
Rosalie C. Periabras