Tigerair Australia recommends that all customers include personal medication that may be required during the flight in the baggage they carry on board.
Customers with prescription medicine are advised to bring along supporting documentation (e.g. ID cards, letters from doctors) as verification.
Customers who need to administer medication by injection during the flight (e.g. diabetics) are permitted to carry syringes in the cabin. Customers will be asked to produce appropriate medical evidence (such as a doctor's letter) when they check-in and at security screening points. Medical documentation from your doctor should be kept with you at all times.
These items may be subjected to security checks.
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In order to keep our fares low, tigerair has a few rules around cabin baggage allowance & check-in luggage fees. Check what you can bring with you on the flight.
How to book
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Family and pregnancy travel
Heaps of families fly with us and tigerair wants to make travelling with kids as easy as possible for all involved. There are a few rules to keep in mind.