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January 12, 2013

India’s Kingfisher Revival Plan ‘Unconvincing’

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India’s Kingfisher revival plan ‘unconvincing’ (via AFP)

A revival plan proposed by India’s troubled Kingfisher Airlines is not enough to get the carrier back in the skies, an aviation ministry official said on Friday. Kingfisher has been grounded since October and boss Vijay Mallya hopes to restart limited operations in March, but the government is not…




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