Tiger Australia certified safe again

On 22nd October 2012 Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) announced it will issue a new safety certificate and lifting all restrictions placed on Tigerair Australia.

These came after the airline was grounded from  1st July to 10th August 2011, by CASA. The authority took this action to ground Tiger Airways Australia because of serious safety concerns about the operation of the airline.

It is now satisfied, after working with Tiger management that these restrictions are no longer needed.

I am still not flying them.

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  1. Great. That translates into more available seats for those of us who appreciate the cost effectiveness of low-cost airlines. Just flew the first leg of my trip on Air Asia. They did message me just before we left the house to inform us our flight time was rescheduled. That’s cool. We seldom book connecting flights on the same day so we plan for delayed flights. But when I can fly from Palawan to Manila for $10 who cares if the flight is delayed. I’ll wait for a bargain. Plenty things to do while waiting. I can read a book, surf the internet or make new friends. 5 more flights to go.

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