Virgin Australia’s low-cost carrier (LCC) Tigerair Australia is looking at “bring your own device” intranet solutions for its remaining Airbus A320s, as it transitions to an all-Boeing 737-800 fleet. The move follows Tigerair Australia’s July 2016 decision to swap from an all-A320 fleet to 737-800s over the coming three years. Tigerair Australia has already taken four 737-800s from parent carrier Virgin Australia, which it used on international routes to Bali, ...

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