Low-cost carrier Tiger Airways has promised Changi Airport that it will grow its Singaporean fleet from 10 to 12 aircraft by March 2011 to support expanding operations. The airline, which carried 4.9 million passengers in the 12 months ended March 31, up 54% from the previous year, has also made a commitment to further increase its traveler numbers and add new routes and flights out of Singapore. In return, Changi Airport will back Tiger Airways’ operations with financial incentives ...
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