Kingfisher Airlines

Full Service Carrier
Ceased Operations on 20-Oct-2012


Kingfisher Airlines was an Indian airline based at Mumbai International Airport, with secondary hubs at New Delhi and Bangalore airports. Kingfisher was India's largest domestic airline, and served over 55 cities on the Indian Subcontinent, as well as offering scheduled international service to destinations in the UK, UAE, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Thailand and Hong Kong. Kingfisher merged with Air Deccan in 2008, which saw the launch of LCC Kingfisher Red and international service. 

Kingfisher Airlines suspended services on 20-Oct-2012 after India’s DCGA suspended its flying license. In Feb-2013, India’s Government withdrew the carrier’s domestic and international operating certificates.

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