Its over – Part 1. Kingfisher International Operations closed down

A couple of days ago I wrote about Kingfisher Airlines closing down most of their international routes. London, Bangkok, Kathmandu, Dhaka went off the map first, and then soon after Hongkong went off the map as well. No news they were in bad shape. However, they were maintaining a thin operation to Dubai,Colombo and Singapore which were serviced by the A320 and they still have a few of those planes left.

via AirlineRoute.net, I just got an update that the remaining international operations are also going out of the window from the 25th March 2012, when the airline switches to a Summer schedule (SIC!).

Bangalore – Dubai 1 Daily service Cancelled eff 25MAR12
Chennai – Colombo 1 Daily service Cancelled eff 25MAR12
Delhi – Dubai 1 Daily service Cancelled eff 25MAR12
Delhi – Hong Kong 5 weekly service Cancelled eff 15MAR12
Mumbai – Dubai 1 Daily service Cancelled eff 25MAR12
Mumbai – Hong Kong 1 Daily service Cancelled eff 12MAR12
Mumbai – Singapore 1 Daily service Cancelled eff 14MAR12
Tiruchirapally – Colombo 1 Daily service Cancelled eff 25MAR12

Adios Kingfisher!

 

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