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Tiger Airways in April 09 announced flights between Melbourne and Sydney from July 09.

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Trip Factory Set to Transform the Indian Travel Industry with BOGO Cards
Business Wire IndiaIn an age when buying at the best price and getting the best deal has become a mantra for the Indian consumer. TripFactory the challenger in the online travel space, known for simplifying travel and curating bespoke travel experiences, is all set to change the way India travels

Excellence In Airport Community Honoured at the KIAB Pinnacle Awards 2015
Business Wire IndiaKempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru (KIAB) celebrated seven successful years of airport operation with the second edition of the Pinnacle Awards – a platform created to recognize excellence and collaboration within the airport community. The award ceremony was presided over by Mr

Tiger Airways Singapore Pte Ltd Selects airRM as Its Revenue Management System
Revenue Management Systems (RMS) is excited to announce that it has been selected to provide Tiger Airways Singapore Pte Ltd (Tigerair) with state-of-the-art revenue management, inventory control, and reporting tools. Tigerair has chosen airRM, the innovative revenue management software developed by RMS, Inc., to help it identify sales opportunities and maximize passenger revenues

Oz ultra-low cost domestic airline Tiger Airways grounded due to safety concerns
Australian air safety regulator, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), has suspended all Tiger Airways Australia flights, saying that it has lost confidence in the Melbourne-based ultra-low cost airline's ability to manage its safety.

Major flights cancelled as ash cloud from Chilean volcano looms over Australia
All major airlines including Virgin Australia, Jetstar, Tiger Airways and Quantas cancelled flights en masse today as the ash cloud from the Chilean volacano made its second pass into Australian airspace.

Security lapse triggers chaos at Sydney airport
A security lapse caused by the power failure at a domestic terminal of Sydney Airport resulted in chaos for passengers.

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