Tiger Airways has flown into the black while claiming to have the second-lowest unit costs in the world. Speaking exclusively to ATWOnline, Tiger CEO Tony Davis, who has been tight-lipped on the airline's profit performance, said: "We have been cash flow positive for two years and profitable for the last two quarters." He also declared yesterday that Tiger now "has the world's second-lowest ASK costs" behind AirAsia and issued a warning to Australia's Jetstar Airways: "We are reducing our ...

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