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The airline will reassure that safety is the airline's highest priority

Tiger Airways resumes services with flights between Melbourne and Sydney

Tiger Airways Australia resumes domestic services today with the return of flights between Melbourne Airport and Sydney. Following the reinstatement of Tiger’s Air Operator’s Certificate by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, the airline will now focus on reassuring the Australian public that safety is the airline’s highest priority, whilst providing Australia’s most affordable airfares along with an enhanced focus on reliability.
The airline is resuming services with a simplified flight programme in order to focus on flying popular and profitable routes. Whilst flights will initially resume between Melbourne Airport (Tullamarine) and Sydney, other routes will be announced shortly. Tickets for flights between Melbourne and Sydney are on sale now.
On the first flight was Tony Davis, Tiger Airways Australia CEO together with Tiger’s newly appointed Safety Advisor, Captain Chris Manning. The departure of the first flight was marked during an event at Melbourne Airport attended by Victoria Minister for Aviation, Gordon Rich-Phillips, Senator Nick Xenophon and Melbourne Airport CEO, Chris Woodruff.
Tiger Airways Australia is committed to a safe, viable and long term future in Australia. The airline remains committed to regaining the confidence its customers through an enhanced focus on punctuality and convenience, while continuing to offer Australia’s most affordable air fares.

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