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Tiger Airways reports 7.6% increase in passenger traffic in fourth quarter


Tiger Aviation Group is “bucking the industry trend” according to CEO, Tony Davis, reporting a 7.6% year-on-year increase in traffic for the three months ended 31-Mar-09 on an 11.4% capacity increase, due to the delivery of two A319 and one A320 aircraft during the period. [1429 words]

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  • Tiger Singapore expands Malaysia services
  • Tiger Australia expands recently launched Adelaide base
  • Aero-Care appointed ground handler
  • International rights sought
  • Australian domestic airfares improve in May-2009, after falling again in Apr-2009
  • Falls behind on on-time departures and arrivals in Australia but makes no cancellations

Graphs and data:

  • Tiger Aviation Group passenger numbers and growth: FY2005/06 to FY2008/09
  • Tiger Aviation fleet additions plan: 2009 to 2016
  • Liberalisation of ASEAN countries
  • Largest city markets from Singapore by seats
  • Adelaide-Sydney passenger numbers, capacity (seats) and load factor: Mar-2004 to Mar-2009
  • Largest Australian domestic city pairs by passenger numbers: Jan-2009
  • Best Discounted Domestic Air Fare Index (July 2003 = 100): May-2004 to May-2009
  • Departures on time (by month from Apr-2008 to Apr-2009)
  • Arrivals on time (by month from Apr-2008 to Apr-2009)
  • Cancellations (by month from Apr-2008 to Apr-2009)
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