The Indian Government has dismissed Kingfisher Airlines’ latest revival plan, saying the proposal “may not guarantee a reliable service.” “We want an airline to operate in consistent, efficient and reliable manner. The revival plan, which was submitted by the airline, had lots of issues regarding lenders, staff payment which we felt may not lead to reliable services,” a Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) official told media Jan. 11. The airline lost its operating permit at ...
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