Unfortunately, Kingfisher Airlines ceased operations in 2012.
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Kingfisher Airlines was an airline group based in India and based in Bengaluru and had a 50% stake in low-cost carrier Kingfisher Red. Up until December 2011, the airline had the second largest share in India's domestic air travel market. However, since its inception, Kingfisher Airlines ran into continuous losses and built up high debts, and eventually ceased operations in 2012.
Kingfisher Airlines flew to many destinations within India, including Port Blair, Patna, Ranchi, Bangalore, Hubli, Mangalore, Vasco da Gama, Chandigarh, Guwahati and many others. However, in February 2013 the Indian government announced the withdrawal of both domestic and international flight entitlements allocated to the airline.
When it operated, the airline flew to the following domestic destinations within India:
|Ahmedabad||AMD||Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport|
|Amritsar||ATQ||Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport|
|Bangalore||BLR||Kempegowda International Airport|
|Bhubaneswar||BBI||Biju Patnaik International Airport|
|Chandigarh||IXC||Chandigarh International Airport|
|Chennai||MAA||Chennai International Airport|
|Coimbatore||CJB||Coimbatore International Airport|
|Dehradun||DED||Jolly Grant Airport|
|Delhi||DEL||Indira Gandhi International Airport|
|Goa||GOI||Goa International Airport|
|Guwahati||GAU||Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport|
|Hyderabad||HYD||Rajiv Gandhi International Airport|
|Imphal||IMF||Imphal International Airport|
|Indore||IDR||Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport|
|Jaipur||JAI||Jaipur International Airport|
|Kathmandu||KTM||Tribhuvan International Airport|
|Khajuraho||HJR||Civil Aerodrome Khajuraho|
|Kochi||COK||Cochin International Airport|
|Kolkata||CCU||Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport|
|Kozhikode||CCJ||Calicut International Airport|
|Leh||IXL||Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport|
|Lucknow||LKO||Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport|
|Mumbai||BOM||Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport|
|Nagpur||NAG||Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport|
|Nanded||NDC||Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Airport|
|Patna||PAT||Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport|
|Port Blair||IXZ||Veer Savarkar International Airport|
|Raipur||RPR||Swami Vivekananda Airport|
|Ranchi||IXR||Birsa Munda Airport|
|Thiruvananthapuram||TRV||Trivandrum International Airport|
|Tiruchirappalli||TRZ||Tiruchirappalli International Airport|
|Udaipur||UDR||Maharana Pratap Airport|
|Vadodara||BDQ||Civil Airport Harni|
|Varanasi||VNS||Lal Bahadur Shastri Airport|
When it operated, the airline flew to the following international destinations:
|Colombo||CMB||Bandaranaike International Airport|
|Dhaka||DAC||Shahjalal International Airport|
|Dubai||DXB||Dubai International Airport|
|Hong Kong||HKG||Hong Kong International Airport|
|Singapore||SIN||Singapore Changi Airport|
Economy was called Kingfisher Class. Every seat was equipped with a personal entertainment system. Passengers were served meals on most flights, which was a complimentary service included in the ticket price. Before take-off, passengers were also served bottled lemonade or water.
Kingfisher First class offered on some provided seats with a 48-inch pitch and 126-degree recline, with laptop and mobile phone chargers on every seat. Every seat was equipped with a personalised entertainment system, which had a wide range of Hollywood and Bollywood movies. There was also a steam ironing service available.
Kingfisher had an international business/first product called Kingfisher First, which provided full flat-bed seats with 180-degree recline, a pitch of 78 inches and width of 20-24.54 inches. Once on the plane, passengers were given Merino wool blankets, BOSE noise cancellation headphones, a Salvatore Ferragamo toiletry kit, pyjamas, five-course meals, and alcoholic beverages.
Seats also had built-in massagers, chargers, USB connectors, 17-inch widescreen personal television, interactive games, a jukebox with customisable playlists and Kingfisher Radio.
Passengers could mingle in the social area, which had a bar and break-out seating area fitted with couches and bar stools.
WiFi was available on most flights.
Every passenger, including in the Economy cabin, could enjoy entertainment through television screens.
Kingfisher Airlines' fleet consisted of the following Airbus aircraft: A319-100, A320-200, A321-200, ATR 42-500 and ATR72-500.
The frequent-flyer program of Kingfisher Airlines was called the King Club in which members earn King Miles every time they flew with Kingfisher or its partner airlines. There were four levels in the scheme: Red, Silver, Gold and Platinum levels. Members could redeem points for over a number of schemes. Platinum, Gold and Silver members enjoy access to the Kingfisher Lounge, priority check-in, excess baggage allowance, bonus miles, and 3 Kingfisher First upgrade vouchers for Gold membership.
The airline no longer operates flights.
This information is no longer available, since the airline has ceased operations.
Check-in information is no longer available, as the airline no longer provides flights.
When it operated, the airline was based at Kempegowda International Airport (BLR), is an international airport serving Bangalore, the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. Karnataka is in the Southern part of India. Kempegowda Airport opened in 2008 and today is the third-busiest airport by passenger traffic in the country. Airlines that fly to BLR include IndiGo, SpiceJet, AirAsia India, Alliance Air, and Air France.