Singapore-based low-cost carrier (LCC) Tigerair is preparing to resume fleet growth in 2017, as closer cooperation with sister carrier Scoot boosts the prospects of both airlines. Tigerair has been steadily shrinking capacity in recent years, in an effort to streamline its operation and stem losses. The airline has now reached profitability, and earlier this year Singapore Airlines (SIA) completed a full takeover of Tigerair. In May, SIA established a company called Budget Aviation Holdings ...

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