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Kingfisher submits tentative revival plan to DGCA

The plan, however, does not specify when the airline will restart operations, said director general of civil aviation
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First Published: Mon, Dec 24 2012. 04 19 PM IST
Kingfisher’s flying licence lapses on 31 December. Photo: Ramesh Pathania/Mint
Kingfisher’s flying licence lapses on 31 December. Photo: Ramesh Pathania/Mint
Updated: Tue, Dec 25 2012. 10 40 AM IST
New Delhi: Kingfisher Airlines Ltd on Monday submitted a tentative revival plan to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
The plan, however, does not specify when the airline will restart operations, said director general of civil aviation Arun Mishra, who met Kingfisher chief executive Sanjay Aggarwal.
“We are examining it,” Mishra said. Kingfisher Airlines has said it will present a definite revival plan once DGCA gives its “approval” on the tentative proposal.
Kingfisher’s flying licence lapses on 31 December. The airline was grounded in October following payment defaults, flight cancellations and staff protests.
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