India’s aviation regulator is scrutinizing Kingfisher Airlines’ safety practices as the financially troubled carrier struggles to maintain operations. “We have to look at how they are meeting safety norms. The [aviation] regulator continues to examine each Kingfisher flight for safety,” Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh says. And “if required, the license can be canceled, as passenger safety is a top priority,” the minister warns. Kingfisher Airlines Chairman Vijay Mallya met Director ...
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