Singapore-based Tiger Airways Holding narrowed its loss after tax to S$14 million, ($11.2 million) for the second quarter, against a S$21 million loss recorded during the same period last year, the company said. Total revenue for the quarter was $181 million, up 1.4% on the $179 million recorded in the previous year. The increase was largely due to higher yield (up 7.8%), offset by a 4.5% decline in capacity and lower passenger load factor of 83.3%, down 2.2 percentage points. Total ...

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