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Kingfisher Airlines loses licence
But the airline says there is no “cause for concern” as the rules allow for the renewal of a permit within two years of expiry
- In this photograph taken on October 20, 2012, an Indian customer service representative stands inside the closed window of a Kingfisher Airlines booking counter at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi. India's troubled Kingfisher Airlines has lost its permit to fly after a deadline to renew its suspended licence expired, the national aviation regulator said January 1, 2013.
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