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Tiger gets financing for aircraft

written by | November 1, 2010
A Tiger A320

Tiger Airways has entered into an agreement with Standard Chartered bank to finance pre-delivery payments (PDP) on 14 new aircraft it has on order.

“Standard Chartered Bank has been mandated to arrange and sole finance a Singapore Dollar-denominated structured PDP financing arrangement for Tiger Airways, relating to a total of 14 Airbus 320s scheduled for delivery by March 2013,” the bank said in a statement.

Standard Chartered has provided finance for PDPs on 11 other A320s ordered by Tiger, while the airline has also received export credit agency backed finance for nine other aircraft.


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