Kingfisher Airlines defaulted on rental payments for four A320s on lease from GECAS, which complained to India's Directorate General for Civil Aviation and is seeking to repossess the aircraft. A Civil Aviation Ministry spokesperson confirmed the complaint to Reuters. Kingfisher quickly responded and secured relief from the Karnataka state court preventing the repossession. "Since the matter is sub-judice, the DGCA cannot take action on de-registering the aircraft," the ministry spokesperson ...

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