Children aged 2 (two) years and above at the time of travel are required to occupy a seat onboard our flights. they are required to pay the full fare, taxes and charges.
Tigerair Australia (TT) charges $50 per infant per sector, when they are seated on an adult's lap (maximum 1 (one) infant per adult aged 18 or over).
Does Tigerair Australia (TT) allow baby/car seats?
No baby/car seats are allowed in the cabin of the aircraft.
Does Tigerair Australia (TT) charge for infant equipment?
If you are travelling with an infant, Tigerair Australia will allow at no additional charge, 1 (one) piece of infant equipment, such as a pram or portable cot to be checked, in addition to any luggage upsize allowance purchased.
What if my child turns two before our return trip?
If the infant reaches the age of 2 (two) years prior to the return journey they must pay the applicable fare, taxes, fees and charges for that part of the journey. Proof of age will be required; so please have the infant's valid documentation available for inspection.
Does Tigerair Australia (TT) allow babies?
Newborn babies below 7 (seven) days old will not be accepted for travel under any circumstances.
Does Tigerair Australia (TT) allow pregnant women to fly?
Pregnant women must have completed their journey in full by the end of the 34th week of pregnancy. Flying is not permitted from the beginning of the 35th week onwards. A medical certificate is required to confirm that the passenger is fit to travel between the beginning of the 30th week and the end of the 34th week. You must contact Tigerair Australia's call centre to arrange such bookings.