India’s Kingfisher Airlines has announced plans to resume operations by March even though the country’s aviation authority has refused to renew its operating license, citing the company’s failure to provide evidence of sufficient funding. The airline lost its operating permit after a deadline to reinstate its suspended license expired Dec. 31. But the airline says it is “confident” of gaining approval from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to relaunch operations in March ...
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