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Tiger brings forward deliveries

written by australianaviation.com.au | June 2, 2010
Tiger Airways is bringing forward two A320 deliveries.
Tiger Airways is bringing forward two A320 deliveries.

Tiger Airways has announced that it plans to bring forward delivery of two A320 aircraft to during the current financial year ending March 2011.

“As additional delivery positions have become available, presumably as other airlines have postponed some of their aircraft deliveries, we have seized the opportunity to advance delivery of two new aircraft into our fleet,” said Tiger Airways Group CEO Tony Davis.

Tiger is now planning to take delivery of nine A320s in the current financial year, with two aircraft to be returned to lessors as their leases expire during the fourth quarter. The airline says that it is committed to growing its fleet to 68 aircraft by December 2015, which will operate from bases across the Asia Pacific region.

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Tiger brings forward deliveries

written by australianaviation.com.au | June 2, 2010
Tiger Airways is bringing forward two A320 deliveries.
Tiger Airways is bringing forward two A320 deliveries.

Tiger Airways has announced that it plans to bring forward delivery of two A320 aircraft to during the current financial year ending March 2011.

“As additional delivery positions have become available, presumably as other airlines have postponed some of their aircraft deliveries, we have seized the opportunity to advance delivery of two new aircraft into our fleet,” said Tiger Airways Group CEO Tony Davis.

Tiger is now planning to take delivery of nine A320s in the current financial year, with two aircraft to be returned to lessors as their leases expire during the fourth quarter. The airline says that it is committed to growing its fleet to 68 aircraft by December 2015, which will operate from bases across the Asia Pacific region.

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