Kingfisher Airlines, which launched international service yesterday with a Bangalore-London Heathrow A330-200 flight, said it plans to raise $400 million through an equity sale, possibly during the first quarter of next year. Chairman Vijay Mallya told reporters that the exact nature of the sale has not been determined. "Everything depends on the right value," he explained. "Earlier, we tried to raise $300 million, but due to adverse market conditions, we have deferred this. Now we are ...

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