Kingfisher Airlines A320. Courtesy, IT Kingfisher Airlines (IT) founder and chairman Vijay Mallya told employees Monday that he hopes to conclude negotiations by next week with investors/lenders who could provide much-needed new funding to the strapped carrier, which reportedly has grounded more than 75% of its fleet. In a letter to IT workers quoted by The Times of India, Mallya called the media’s reporting of IT’s financial crisis "unscrupulous" and ...

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