Class rating 4.5
- Boarding 5.5
- Seat for sitting 4.9
- Seat for sleeping 1.5
- Service 4.6
- Entertainment 0.5
- Food & drink 3.0
- Punctuality 5.8
- Baggage 3.4
The A320 is in a 3-3 layout (A,B,C - D,E,F).
The airline prices its seats according to location. On the A320 there are six "groups" of seats that can be pre-booked for a premium.
Tigerair sells its luggage by the item (and weight) per sector, e.g. 15kg and 20kg.
"The cabin is fitted in a 3-3 configuration. You can pay nothing for your seat but you’re given no control over where you sit ahead of check-in. If you want to choose a seat in advance, a standard one will set you back SG$3 while others are available at a premium. The price of other seats varies depending on where it is – the first row is the most expensive at SG$30 (£14) with the exit rows being SG$25 (£12). There is also a SG$6 (£2.80) e-booking fee. I paid SG$30 for seat 1D. As the seats are quite tight (28.5 inch pitch) it was worth the money! The seat had extra legroom and you could stretch your left leg into the galley. The only disadvantage was that the crew made the passengers queue up in the aisle for the toilet."
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