Australia's Civil Aviation Safety Authority has completed its investigation of Tiger Airways Australia and issued a list of conditions to be met before allowing the low cost airline to resume operations (ATW Daily News, July 28). TT, a subsidiary of Singapore-based Tiger Airways Holdings, said it is meeting the demands and insiders suggested it may be able to start operations by Aug. 6. CASA said in a statement that "a set of proposed conditions to be imposed on [TT's] air ...

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