Kingfisher Airlines, the Indian domestic carrier with plans to become an international player in the next few years (it has 20 A350 XWBs and five A380s on firm order), reported a loss of INR5.77 billion ($146.2 million) in the fiscal year ended March 31. The result, detailed in the annual report released by parent United Breweries Holdings, is more than double the approximately INR2.37 billion the carrier lost in 2005-06. The loss is heavier than the INR4.48 billion suffered by Air India ...

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