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first_imgThe Philippines’ airline, Cebu Pacific Air (CEB), has widened its network this week, now that its interline agreement with Tigerair Singapore has reached its final phase.Destinations including Bangalore, Yangon, Perth, Maldives, and Dhaka, are now available through the CEBU website.This represents the final phase in the project as CEB flights are already available on the Tigerair website, providing convenience with the ability to cross book between airlines.“We are very happy to offer our guests more travel options and easy connectivity through the Manila and Singapore airports, cross-booking flights on a single itinerary to the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East becomes very convenient,” CEB vice president for marketing and distribution, Candice Iyog said.Both Tigerair and CEB operate out of Singapore’s Changi International Airport Terminal 2, which provides a sound base for the two airlines.Guests who purchased CEBConnect simply have to collect a boarding pass for the onward flight at Changi Airport Transfer Lounge, with no further need to clear through Immigration, pick up bags or check in again.This is applicable for flights with a minimum of two hours connecting time at Changi Airport.“We continue to work on providing travel options and opportunities for our guests,” Iyog said.Source = ETB News: Lewis Wisemanlast_img read more