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03.07.2011

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CASA warns travellers to be wary of Tiger MP3

Australia's airline safety regulator has warned that Tiger Airways still has many questions to answer, and that passengers should be cautious about booking with the airline. The Civil Aviation Safety Authority grounded the budget airline last Friday night, citing systemic safety concerns. But Tiger Airways is already selling tickets to passengers wanting to fly from next Saturday. Source: abc.net.au

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