Tiger Airways ordered eight more A320s, which will build its fleet to 20 by 2010. The $500 million deal was signed yesterday and the first four aircraft will be delivered in 2008 with the balance in the following two years. Tiger has seven A320s in service with two more arriving this year and three in 2007. CEO Tony Davis told reporters that passenger numbers increased by more than 70% in the first six months of the current fiscal year. The LCC serves 15 cities in seven countries.
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