Wednesday, 9 January 2013

Kingfisher Airlines loses flying permit

Kingfisher Staff  Grievances






So many Kingfisher Staffs are waiting for many  Grievances,
including 

Payments of Salary, 
PPF, 
GPF, 
Form 16 
and 
other HR related issue.

Our Team of Legal and Aviation HR Experts will try to solve those
Kingfisher Staff  Grievances as soon as possible. 

If any staff do not wish to disclose their Indetity they can hide
the identity and send us  Kingfisher Staff  Grievances,

We are just an E mail away :-)

This is not a Right Time 
for Frustation
Its a 
Right Time for Action

Mail US :

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Only a Legal Action can get you justice in the time of Aviation Recession :(

PS : 
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If You do not need, Please forward to all your 
Kingfisher 
Airlines 
Staff He / She may need it 



Kingfisher Airlines should revive for its employees, passengers: Ajit Singh
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: With uncertainty over the revival of Kingfisher airlines, Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh today said the airline should present a satisfactory operating plan to the DGCA and work on its rescue plans for the sake of its employees ...
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Economic Times
Etihad may decide on deal with Jet Airways or Kingfisher Airlines in 10 days
Economic Times
The ministry source went on to add that Etihad has not yet decided whether it will invest in Jet Airways or the debt-laden Kingfisher Airlines that has not taken to the skies since October last year and also has an expired air operating permit. "Etihad ...
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Economic Times
Kingfisher Airlines loses flying permit
CNN International
The Indian airline lost its flying license on Monday, and was told by the Indian government's Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to pay employees their past-due salaries in order to resume operations. The Mumbai-based carrier has not operated...
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CNN International
Kingfisher Airlines' operators permit expires
ATWOnline
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 ...
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Kingfisher Airlines must convince DGCA to fly again: Ajit Singh
NDTV
New Delhi: Two days after Kingfisher Airlines' flying licence expired, Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh reiterated the need for the airline to convince the aviation regulator with a revival plan for renewal of its permit. “If Kingfisher wants to fly ...
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Kingfisher Airlines News: The Indian Airline Loses its Flying License
TravelersToday
Kingfisher Airlines has lost their license on Monday so they are now unable to operate. The Indian Airline was told by the Indian government's Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) that they must pay their employees for their salaries that are ...
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TravelersToday
Kingfisher Airlines has to convince DGCA on revival plan: Ajit Singh
Zee News
New Delhi: Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh Wednesday said Kingfisher Airlines(KFA) will have to convince the aviation regulator with a revival plan for renewal of its flying permit. "If Kingfisher wants to fly again, they have to satisfy the DGCA ...
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