Report: Kingfisher Airlines Cuts International Flights

BBC News reports that Kingfisher Airlines is cutting international flights in an attempt to cut costs and deal with an ongoing crew shortage. The airline, which has had its accounts frozen by authorities due to unpaid taxes, has faced a strike by staff members over unpaid wages. The airline did not specify which routes or destinations would be affected by the plan.

The BBC goes on to report on speculation that foreign companies are interested in acquiring the airline, which has not made a profit since its launch in 2005.

Read the BBC’s story here.

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