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Kingfisher Sets to Resume Flights

Kingfisher Airlines supposes to restart processes in four or five days after around 100 staff in Delhi decided to return to work, told reporters on Thursday.

Kingfisher, once ever India's second-largest airline company, is half a year at the back on salary payments and has stuck its fleet since Monday after a dispute by engineers over the weekend crooked vicious, according to the heavily obliged carrier.

"About 100 people here decided to come back to work absolutely," Sanjay Bahadur, vice president of business affairs, said to reporters following a meeting in Delhi between management and members of staff.

He also said the airline supposed to pay salaries for March "inside a week or so."

On Tuesday, a representative with India's aviation regulator said Kingfisher would not find government consent to start again flying if not it pays salaries and submits a satisfactory recovery plan.

Before this week's blackout, Kingfisher worked just 10 planes out of a fleet that once figured 64, and its bazaar share was very least among India's six major carriers.

Shares in Kingfisher knock down 4.8 percent on Thursday to 13.90 rupees, in effect at their daily perimeter of 5 percent for the fourth directly session.

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