Kingfisher Airlines A320. Courtesy photo Kingfisher Airlines (IT) on Monday declared a partial lockout and suspended all flights for the next three days. The decision came after a strike by a section of its employees made operations difficult (ATW Daily News, Oct. 1). In a statement explaining its move, the airline said it has been forced to take the action after a series of “protracted and unabated incidents of violence, criminal intimidation, assault, wrongful restraint and ...

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