Bankrupt Indian low-cost carrier (LCC) Kingfisher Airlines will see the last of its moveable assets be sold at a public auction in early December. Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) suspended Kingfisher’s air operator’s certificate (AOC) in October 2012 after it stopped flying when employees, who had not been paid for seven months, disrupted flights. The LCC’s deregistered aircraft were returned to lessors in March 2013. An order for five Airbus A350s and ...

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