Tiger Airways to refund $1.4m to settle base deal collapse
Updated 17 August 2012
Treasurer Jack Snelling this week announced Tiger Airways has agreed to refund $1.4 million plus GST of the Grant Deed it breached when it closed its Adelaide base in August 2011.
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