New Delhi: Crisis hit Kingfisher Airlines Chairperson Vijay Mallya met Civil Aviation Secretary KN Srivastav to brief him about Kingfisher's revival plans. Mallya said the revival plan would be a comprehensive one and the cash strapped airline would cross all the hurdles. "I have briefed the secretary on revival, restart plan. It would be a comprehensive plan. All hurdles will be crossed," Mallya said.
Mallya was also expected to meet the Airports Authority of India Chairman VP Agarwal. The meeting comes after the Airports Authority of India claimed that Kingfisher owed Rs 293 crore. The Airports Authority has asked the airline to vacate hangars at Kolkata and Chennai airports if the dues are not cleared.
This is also the first time that Mallya is meeting aviation authorities after Kingfisher's operation were halted since the beginning of this month.
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