Tigerair Australia is taking another step in its transition from Airbus A320s to Boeing 737s, and intends to complete the process over the next few years. The carrier currently has three 737-800s in its fleet, along with 12 A320s. It is due to receive a fourth 737 in the next few months, said Tigerair CEO Merren McArthur at the CAPA Australia-Pacific Aviation and Corporate Travel Summit. The 737s are being transferred from Tigerair’s parent Virgin Australia, replacing A320s on a ...

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