Kingfisher Airline says flights to run after disruption
16 July 2012
India’s Kingfisher Airlines said all its flights would operate as scheduled, after about 40 flights were cancelled because of work stoppages.
Some workers stayed home on Saturday saying their salaries had not been paid.
Owner Vijay Mallya has been trying to revive the cash-strapped airline which has had to cut capacity.
The airline has seen its share of the market decline after it was forced to ground most of its fleet.
Kingfisher has never made a profit since it was launched in 2005.
The cancellation of flights on Saturday prompted Mr Mallya to warn that the airline’s fortunes may not improve in the near future.
“Damaging the future of Kingfisher in the public eyes….”