Focusing on less-conventional routes and tapping the market to "quieter" destinations are among the methods Tiger Airways has used to support its three-year business model, a plan the carrier hopes will help it turn a profit in 2007, said CEO Tony Davis. The model, launched last September, aims to stimulate the low-fare market segment, increase efficiency and establish strategic partnerships. In line with its objective, the airline has reduced its three-times-daily Bangkok ...

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