Class rating 4.6
- Boarding 5.1
- Seat for sitting 4.4
- Seat for sleeping 1.7
- Service 4.3
- Entertainment 0.6
- Food & drink 3.4
- Punctuality 5.6
- Baggage 3.9
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As with all budget airlines, the only thing you really get on Tiger Airways without paying extra is your seat, so keep some change handy for food, drink and if you want to watch the film.
Seat pitch is a standard 28.5 inches (72.5cm), so you may want to consider paying more to reserve extra legroom seats which offer a 38-inch (97.5cm) pitch. These will cost Aus$25 per single journey. Reserving any other seat, so that you can guarantee sitting together, will cost Aus$5 per single journey. All seats offer a standard width of 18 inches (46cm).
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Boarding was slow with only one contractor checking us through towards the aerobridge. There was a horrible continual loud noise as the tug attached to the Airbus A320. Pushback was late due to other aircraft in the vicinity. Midway through the flight the captain announced 'good news, bad news', talking about the nice view but also how he'd been asked to slow down... more
This flight arrived late from Melbourne but there was nothing to reflect that on the flight arrivals screens, strangely. The ground staff were uncommunicative, but eventually everyone lined up, walked through the aerobridge, down the stairs, across the tarmac and up the portable stairs at either the front or back of the plane. We waited for a last minute pasenger and... more