Just one day after reporting a thumping profit, Qantas was brought back to earth Friday when Singapore's Tiger Airways unveiled plans to launch Australian domestic services by year end with five new A320s. During the announcement tipped last week by ATWOnline (ATWOnline, Feb. 9), Tiger President and CEO Tony Davis took a cheeky swipe at Qantas, saying his airline is ready to "deliver Australians genuine low fares, competing in a market which has returned to a cozy duopoly and seen fares ...

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