ATSB probes Tiger A320 low altitude incident

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The Australian Transport Safety Bureau is investigating an incident in which a Tiger Airways Australia Airbus A320 flew too low while landing at Melbourne airport on 7 June.

The aircraft, registration VH-VNG, was conducting an instrument approach when it "descended to a level below the lowest safety altitude", said the bureau.

No one was injured in the incident. The aircraft was operating on the Brisbane-Melbourne route. The bureau expects to complete its investigation in June 2012, it said