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As of 28 September 2017, the Tigerair Australia fleet consists of the following aircraft:

Tigerair Australia Fleet
Aircraft : Airbus A320-200
In Service : 14
Passengers : 180
Notes : All to be replaced by Boeing 737-800.Aircraft to be transferred to Virgin Australia Regional Airlines.

Aircraft : Boeing 737-800
In Service : 4
Passengers : 186
Notes : Increasing capacity to 186 from March 2018 onwards.

Total 18

In July 2016, Tigerair Australia and its parent company (Virgin Australia) announced that the entire A320 fleet will be replaced with Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

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Expansion of bases
On 7 March 2012, Tigerair Australia announced the reopening of a second base, at Sydney Airport.On 4 September 2012 Tigerair Australia announced it was resuming flights from Melbourne to Adelaide, beginning from 1 November 2012. On 18 December 2012 Tigerair Australia began direct return flights from Mackay to Melbourne and Mackay to Sydney.

International services
Tigerair Australia expanded into short-haul international flights when Virgin Australia transferred some of its services between Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth and Denpasar on the Indonesian island of Bali to Tigerair from 23 March 2016. These services use three Boeing 737-800 aircraft, wet leased from Virgin Australia and using Virgin's air operator's certificate and flight crew, with Tigerair providing the cabin crew.On 3 February 2017 Tigerair ended flights to Bali, citing approval issues with Indonesian authorities.

On 16 May 2016, Tigerair Australia joined Value Alliance, the world's largest low-cost carrier alliance. The new alliance was started alongside the Philippines' Cebu Pacific, South Korea's Jeju Air, Thailand's Nok Air and NokScoot, Singapore's Tigerair and Scoot, and Japan's Vanilla Air.

In November 2016, Tigerair sought approval to operate expanded international services under its own air operator's certificate using both A320s and 737s.


? TripAdvisor 2019


Date of travel 1月 2020
“Unprofessional baggage handling”

I took a flight from Perth to Melb. I had a big travel bag as a suitcase, securely closed. It came out on the carousel in Melbourne, open. My clothes were half hanging out and expensive item... more +

Date of travel 12月 2019
“Disabled Friendly”

After hearing nothing but negative reviews regarding Tigerair I was extremely apprehensive about flying with them but I was pleasantly surprised at the great service provided. I am disabled, they... more +

Date of travel 12月 2019
“So dissappointed”

Do not book with this company not matter how much you are saving!They delayed purchase initial flight twice before reluctantly changing us to another flight.This flight was then delayed three times... more +

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