Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority has lifted the suspension of Tiger Airways Australia and the airline will resume services Friday.
Tiger Airways A320. Photo: By Rob Finlayson Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority has lifted the suspension of Tiger Airways Australia and the airline will resume services Friday. CASA grounded the airline July 2 over safety concerns resulting in a number of management changes (ATW Daily News, Aug. 4). However, for the month of August TT will be limited to 18 flights a day. Operations initially will be limited to the Melbourne-Sydney route. Flights to other Australian ...
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