Tiger Airways will increase services to regional Australia to take on Virgin Blue's new E-jets and QantasLink's Q400s and 717s. Speaking last week at the National Aviation Press Club in Sydney, Tiger CEO Tony Davis told media that "destinations like Tamworth [in regional New South Wales] have seen the cost of airfares increase and their citizens are desperate for the low-cost revolution to arrive." He said the cheapest flight from Tamworth to Melbourne [Tiger's base] is on Qantas at A$356 ...

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