I assume VA will resume their services from the ports previously transferred to Tiger. It will be interesting to see if VA create a subfleet of older 737s without J class to service DPS.
Regardless of this, TT will continue to transition from A320s to 73Ws. The operational savings to the group are fairly compelling. In the meantime, this will probably mean that the currently repainted 73Ws will operate TT's domestic services and some of the A320s may be retired/returned earlier than originally scheduled. Of course, part of this is conditional on the revised AOC being issued to TT.
Given VA is not currently expanding domestically due to sluggish demand, it can afford to lower its overall fleet size in the short to medium term or, if this is an issue, it can slow the E90 retirement somewhat.
717, 721/2, 732/3/4/5/7/8/9, 742/3/4, 752/3, 762/3, 772/E/W, 788/9, 300,310, 319,320/1, 332/3, 359, 388, DC9, DC10, F28, F100, 142,143, E75/90, CR2, D82/3/4, SF3, ATR