The Indian aviation regulator DGCA has stated that Kingfisher Airlines needs to clear all dues, including pending salaries of employees, before it will consider its application for renewal of its air operator permit. Although the now grounded airline has been promising to pay salary dues to its employees for the last six months, it has not yet done so. The DGCA states that the airline needs to come up with a credible revival plan, which should include commitment to clear dues of all stakeholders, before considering its AOP.
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