Tiger Airways of Singapore offered to take over routes from archrival Jetstar Asia. Responding to press reports that Orangestar Investment Holdings, parent of Jetstar Asia and Valuair, is seeking fresh funding of S$36 million ($22.3 million) after having exhausted the S$60 million that was pumped in at the time of the merger last July, Tiger CEO Tony Davis said in a statement, "We are well placed to take over some of Jetstar-Valuair's regional routes if they want to give them up. With our ...

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