Tiger Airways Australia may be flying again, but the long-term viability of the carrier remains extremely uncertain. The airline already was a financial drain on the Singapore-based Tiger Airways group before safety problems led to its suspension. Now Tiger will gradually relaunch domestic routes, but airline analysts question how much more patience the group's management will have for the troubled carrier. Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) lifted Tiger’s suspension ...
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