Singapore's Tiger Airways is turning itself into a franchise business like a fast-food chain, sidestepping restrictions on traffic rights in Southeast Asia and, in effect, forming an airline alliance in which the affiliated carriers trade solely under the brand of the group, not under their own names. Rivals AirAsia and Jetstar have already gone some way down the same road, but Tiger Chief Executive Tony Davis is pushing harder. He tells Aviation Week & Space Technology he's ...

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