Singaporean budget carrier Tiger Airways will relax its resolutely low-cost business model by adding more service in order to get rights to fly to Indonesia. Indonesian authorities, resisting intrusions by budget carriers, will allow Tiger to fly the lucrative route between Singapore and Indonesian cities, including Jakarta and Denpasar, only by designating it as a “boutique” airline — which means one that offers more service than Tiger traditionally does in the business that it has ...

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