AUCKLAND—Tigerair Australia had to abruptly halt all of its flights to Bali after Indonesian authorities changed the terms of the LCC’s authorization to serve the popular tourist destination. The carrier was given no warning of the decision by Indonesian regulators to impose new requirements on these flights. Tigerair, a Virgin Australia subsidiary, had been operating under interim approval, but stressed that it was in compliance with all conditions. Tigerair said its flights ...
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