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Tigerair Australia celebrates flying 17 million passengers

Tigerair Australia Head of Communications, Vanessa Regan, says this is a significant milestone for the airline which is in its seventh year of operation in Australia.

Tigerair Australia celebrated flying its 17 millionth passenger since domestic operations first commenced in November 2007, with a celebratory “Pay To Go, Return for $17” sale.
 
Tigerair Australia Head of Communications, Vanessa Regan, says this is a significant milestone for the airline which is in its seventh year of operation in Australia.
 
We’re proud of the contribution we make to this country through the provision of over 1,000 jobs and by enabling Australians to see more of their own back yard and more of each other, more often. Tigerair’s consistently great value fares stimulate air travel in this country and grow the air travel market which is great news for tourism, the economy and for the consumer.
 
Tigerair Australia’s 17 millionth passenger, Mrs Wendy Forbes from Coffs Harbour received a $1,000.00 travel voucher as she landed in Sydney with her husband Denis Forbes on Monday 11 May before returning to Coffs Harbour.
 
This is a fantastic surprise,” said Mrs Forbes. “We fly Tigerair often to visit our daughter in Sydney. It’s the most convenient and affordable way to get there. The travel voucher means we can get to visit her more often over the coming year,” she said.

 

Photo caption: Denis and Wendy Forbes from Urunga, near Coffs Habour, pictured with the $1,000.00 travel voucher they received for being Tigerair Australia’s 17 million passenger.
 
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