Tiger Airways to leap into South Korea?

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Tiger Airways will reportedly sign an MoU with the Incheon

Metropolitan City Government this month to establish an LCC at the South Korean

gateway by 2010. The proposed airline plans to launch with five A320s –

the same number as the Australian offshoot – and operate domestic services

initially before launching international operations to destinations within a

four-hour radius of Incheon.

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