Indian startup Kingfisher Airlines has been a marketing success since launching in May 2005, but the growing pains are evident in the carrier's bottom line, which was INR1.9 billion ($41.8 million) in the red after one year of operations, it told The Hindu's Business Line. Kingfisher now holds a 9% market share and has earned revenues of INR7 billion so far. It celebrated its one-year anniversary earlier this month with a series of onboard ceremonies, including addresses from Chairman and ...

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