Kingfisher Airlines A320. By Rob Finlayson Kingfisher Airlines’ operators permit expired Dec. 31 after management failed to come up with a firm revival plan. The permit, which is granted by the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), can be renewed within two years if the airline comes up with a credible plan. Speaking to journalists in Delhi, Indian civil aviation minister Ajit Singh said no bank was willing to lend funds to the airline, which has a debt of about $1.5 ...

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