Saturday, January 26, 2008

First Jet Airways, now Kingfisher airlines...

I have to admit that I am very excited. If the quality of these
domestic airlines is maintained in their International flights as
well, these airlines will beat the others by a landslide. My last
visit to India I primarily flew Kingfisher, and was I impressed with
their cleanliness, food, quality of service, and especially the
patience with which the staff took care of my tired and jet-lagged 3
year old.

India eNews Reports--

"As Vijay Mallya's Kingfisher Airlines readies to fly to the US from
August 2008, it has decided on Terminal Four of the John F. Kennedy
International Airport in New York to cater to growing business from
the nation's east coast.

The decision follows Kingfisher chairman Vijay Mallya's visit to New
York last week when he inspected two contenders for his flights -- the
JFK International Airport and the Newark Airport in adjacent New
Jersey, officials said.

Global consultancy Accenture is presently working on the merger of Air
Deccan with Kingfisher and also looking into route rationalisation of
international sectors for both airlines, an official explained.

When completed, it will permit Mallya's airline to fly abroad by
fulfilling the government requirement of a carrier having flown for at
least five years in the domestic sector, with a minimum fleet size of
20 aircraft."

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1 comment:

SIR BOND said...

Yes,if we Indians are given a fair chance to progress in life without any prejudice,we will outshine every one & in every sphere.Indians are responsible for the progress of USA.
If we Indians are truly Patriotic we can rejuvenate India, & make it a great country, without any foreign domination