Indian carrier Kingfisher Airlines has canceled all operations following a strike by some of its employees, who say the privately owned carrier has not paid their salaries since March. The airline has told civil aviation authorities that it will restart operations in the next few days, after it has settled this labor dispute. An airline spokesman says management will “review the situation on Oct. 4 or the day on which the strike is called off, whichever is earlier.” The airline has ...
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