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Tiger Air Insurance

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    Guest MrsHills

    I see Tiger are doing some VERY cheap flights and know that sometimes (:skeptical:) they can cancel/delay flights. I was thinking of booking with them then getting their insurance which apparently covers delays/cancellations etc. Any thoughts anyone???:idea:

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    Guest Guest5035

    All airlines can cancel/delay flights, but Tiger and Jetstar are more prone to it, would you get insurance if travelling with Qantas or Virgin??

     

    Stevo

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    Might be worth reading the fine print on the insurance - would possibly be more worthwhile with Tiger than the other airlines. That being said, we've flown Tiger twice with no problems - just get there early!

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    Guest Stacey

    Hiya

     

    Definitely get there early. I would also say do check the other airlines cost wise. I recently booked some flights to Sydney and Tiger were advertising $38 one way but by the time I paid for my luggage, insurance and my seat (which is additional to the advertised price and compulsory I believe lol) it was actually cheaper flying with Virgin Blue!

     

    Good luck

    xx

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