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  • Kingfisher Airlines Loan Recovery Not Possible in Near Term: United Bank

    Kingfisher Airlines Loan Recovery Not Possible in Near Term: United Bank

    United Bank of India on Monday informed the BSE that it does not expect to recover Rs 400 crore it had lent to the grounded Kingfisher Airlines in the short run but hoped the recovery could be possible in the long-run.

  • UCO Bank Identifies Kingfisher Airlines as 'Wilful Defaulter': Report

    UCO Bank Identifies Kingfisher Airlines as 'Wilful Defaulter': Report

    City-based UCO Bank today said it has "identified" Vijay Mallya-owned Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) as a "wilful defaulter" and will be sending a notice to the defunct carrier.

  • Working to Recover Loans From Kingfisher Airlines: Private Banks

    Working to Recover Loans From Kingfisher Airlines: Private Banks

    At least two banks, the third largest private sector lender Axis Bank and the south-based Federal Bank, have said they have not classified KFA, Mallya and his senior officials as wilful defaulters.

  • United Bank of India Files Caveat in Supreme Court Against Kingfisher Airlines

    United Bank of India Files Caveat in Supreme Court Against Kingfisher Airlines

    State-owned United Bank of India (UBI) has filed a caveat in the Supreme Court against Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) shortly after the judgement of the Calcutta High Court division bench was delivered on Thursday.

  • Kingfisher trademarks put up for sale by lenders

    Kingfisher trademarks put up for sale by lenders

    The trademarks put on the block include Fly Kingfisher and Fly Kingfisher (Label), both registered with KFA and each having a validity of up to January 10, 2017. Flying Models registered with United Breweries (airline promoter) and valid up to August 6, 2014 is also put up on sale.

  • Approval sought for repair of Kingfisher aircraft

    Approval sought for repair of Kingfisher aircraft

    MAS GMR Aero Technic Ltd, a unit in GMR's Aviation SEZ at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, has sought Commerce Ministry's permission to carry out repair works on 14 aircraft once operated by Kingfisher Airlines and make them in flying condition.

  • Kingfisher employees plan hunger strike over salary dues: report

    Kingfisher employees plan hunger strike over salary dues: report

    The employees received last salary this April for July 2012, sources said, adding a section of the city-based employees have already started a peaceful agitation. As of March, there were 2,851 employees with the carrier which has been grounded since last October.

  • Kingfisher Airlines revival plan rejected by aviation regulator

    Kingfisher Airlines revival plan rejected by aviation regulator

    The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has rejected Kingfisher Airlines' (KFA) revival plan that it had submitted to the aviation regulator this month, NDTV has learned.

  • Revenue dept to chalk out plan to recover Rs 200 cr from Kingfisher Airlines

    Revenue dept to chalk out plan to recover Rs 200 cr from Kingfisher Airlines

    The Revenue Department is working on a comprehensive plan to recover tax dues from debt-ridden Kingfisher Airlines (KFA), which owes more than Rs 200 crore to the exchequer, a top Finance Ministry official said today. "As a matter of fact both Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) and Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) have quantified the am...

  • Kingfisher Airlines offers to pay three months' salaries

    Kingfisher Airlines offers to pay three months' salaries

    Even as aviation minister Ajit Singh told NDTV that it was "'unrealistic" to expect Kingfisher Airline to fly again, talks with between the troubled carrier's management and employees ended this evening with the management offering the employees three months' salary and giving them till October 26 to respond. "Kingfisher has taken its employees for...

  • Asset sale still last option for Kingfisher Airlines' lenders: source

    Asset sale still last option for Kingfisher Airlines' lenders: source

    Lenders to Kingfisher Airlines, which probably stand to lose more from DGCAs suspension of the airlines license than the company itself, are concerned about todays development, but insist that sale of Kingfishers assets to recover their loans remains the last option.

  • GMR withdraws cheque bounce case against Mallya

    GMR withdraws cheque bounce case against Mallya

    GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd (GHIAL) today withdrew a cheque bounce case filed against Vijay Mallya-promoted Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) in a court here after the airline agreed to pay the outstanding amount due to it.

  • Kingfisher not a systemic risk to the banking system: KC Chakrabarty

    Kingfisher not a systemic risk to the banking system: KC Chakrabarty

    The debt-laden Kingfisher Airlines, which owes 17 banks about Rs 7,000 crore, does not pose any systemic risk, RBI Deputy Governor K C Chakrabarty said today.

  • Banks to release funds to KFA on 'humanitarian grounds': SBI

    Banks to release funds to KFA on 'humanitarian grounds': SBI

    State Bank of India today said Kingfisher lenders have decided to release funds to the debt-ridden airline on "humanitarian grounds" considering that its employees have not been paid for the past seven months.

  • Banks hold emergency meet to discuss way forward for KFA

    Banks hold emergency meet to discuss way forward for KFA

    Alarmed by the never ending crisis in Kingfisher, its lenders are holding an emergency meeting here to discuss the future of their exposure to nearly-bankrupt carrier.

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