NEW DELHI, Feb 25 (Reuters) - India will scrap domestic
slots and international flying rights of grounded Kingfisher
Airlines with immediate effect, a government statement
said on Monday.
"The Airports Authority of India has been directed to make
these slots available to other domestic carriers as per their
demand," the statement from the civil aviation ministry said.
The international traffic rights are being withdrawn due to
"non-utilisation", and will be made available to other carriers,
the ministry said.
Kingfisher, controlled by liquor baron Vijay Mallya and once
India's second-biggest carrier, has not flown since October 2012
after operations were halted due to a cash
(Reporting by Anurag Kotoky and C.K. Nayak; Editing by Prateek