Singapore's Tiger Airways' plan to fly budget services in Australia, announced this month, is stirring up the market there. Domestic budget carrier Virgin Blue, which is expanding and drifting toward full-service standards, now says it may set up a pure low-cost airline. That's just a maybe, but Virgin Blue is moving to establish an international carrier under yet another brand to fly to the U.S. Since Qantas also has two brands, the country of just 21 million people will have six mainline ...
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