Saturday, October 20, 2012

Kingfisher license suspended. Will it rise from the ashes?

Neelam Mathews
Oct 20, 2012
Even as Kingfisher’s deadline to present a valid restructuring plan ended today, DGCA has suspended its license.

Now, by the looks of it, some 4000 employees and their families will have a dark Diwali and be left without 8 months salary dues.

The King of Good Times, remains just that. We hear that plans for parties for Formula One are afoot. Is there no such thing as bad karma?


  1. Of course there's bad Karma Neelam. That's why he started the airline in the first place. Can you see where it has dragged him from the highs of 2007 or thereabouts? And it will get worse... Aviation can be fatal in more ways than one.

  2. I wonder what Kapil Kaul has to say; trusting that he'd not like to be out from the Mallya Guest List and payroll; i'm waiting for another dig from him on Air India. Its shocking though that a Front Desk Executive of the Sheraton who later sells a few Sahara tickets becomes an "Airline-Expert".

    Just curious, so if an aircraft cleaner of Universal Aviation Cleans the Lav of Jet Airways 737-800NG for 5 years, does that make him an Airline Expert?(!)..????

    India, please get a life!