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Updated: Wednesday, March 9, 2011 10:02 AM


Kingfister Airlines

http://www.flykingfisher.com/


Kingfisher Airlines Limited

OST-2007-28959 - Exemption - India-US

August 6, 2007

Application for Exemption - Bookmarked

Kingfisher intends initially to offer long haul nonstop services from a major city within India to one point in the US. Northeast and one point on the US. West Coast. Consistent with the terms of the bilateral agreement between the United States and India, Kingfisher requests from the Department an exemption permitting ix to engage in the (i) scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail from points behind India, via India and intermediate points, to a point or points in the United States, and beyond; and (ii) charter foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between India and the United States, and other charters, in accordance with 14 C.F.R. 212.

Kingfisher is desirous of extending the same level of innovative and high quality service it provides within India to its new international destinations, including the United States. Kingfisher has firm orders for a number of long-range international aircraft including the A-330-200, the A-340-500, A-350 and the A-380. A number of these aircraft will be powered by the newest generation of United Technologies engines. As a well-financed and 100% privately-owned airline, Kingfisher is the ideal airline to play a significant role in fulfilling many of the expectations of both India and the United States in signing the landmark 2005 India-U.S. open skies agreement.

Until now, privately-owned India carriers have yet to commence service to the United States, while US. carriers, in marked contrast, have made major strides in launching new services in the open-skies environment. Air-India remains the only carrier from India serving the United States. In addition to the fact that four U.S. carriers presently operate their own flights to India, it is also significant that three of these carriers are operating US.-India nonstop service in comparison with Air-India's service, all of which is operated via intermediate points.

Kingfisher is therefore hopeful that the United States, including the Department in particular, will recognize that it is in the long-term mutual interest of both the United States and India to encourage the initiation of services from high-quality, well- financed, privately-owned Indian airlines such as Kingfisher.

Counsel: Squire Sanders, Marshall Sinick, 202-626-6651, msinick@ssd.com



OST-2002-12556 - Designation of Agent for Service

August 10, 2007

Designation of Agent

Counsel: Squire Sanders, Marshall Sinick



OST-1995-236 - Warsaw Liability Limitations

November 21, 2007

Warsaw Agreement

Counsel: Squire Sanders, Charles Donley, cdonley@ssd.com


OST-1998-3304 - Family Assistance Plans

November 26, 2007

Family Assistance Plan

Counsel: Squire Sanders, Charles Donley, cdonley@ssd.com


OST-1998-3305 - Passenger Manifest Information Plans

November 26, 2007

Passenger Manifest Information Plan

Counsel: Squire Sanders, Charles Donley, cdonley@ssd.com



OST-2007-28959 - Exemption - India-US

September 17, 2008

Re: Withdrawal of Application

Kingfisher Airlines Limited hereby withdraws its pending application for an exemption filed in the captioned docket on August 6, 2007.

Counsel: Squire Sanders, Marshall Sinick, 202-626-6651



OST-2010-0287 - Exemption - US-India Blanket Codesharing with American Airlines

November 23, 2010

Application for Exemption

Pursuant to the codeshare agreement, Kingfisher intends to place its code (IT*) on American-operated daily services between Delhi and Chicago and on American-operated flights between London Heathrow and Boston, New York, Raleigh/Durham, Miami, Chicago, Dallas/Ft. Worth and Los Angeles. Consistent with the terms of the bilateral agreement between the United States and India, Kingfisher requests from the Department an exemption permitting it to engage in the scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail from points behind India, via India and intermediate points, to a point or points in the United States, and beyond pursuant to a codeshare agreement with American Airlines.

Counsel: Clyde & Co, Christopher Carlsen, 212-710-3930

OST-2010-0288 - American and Kingfisher - India-US Blanket Codesharing



OST-2010-0287 - Exemption - US-India Blanket Codesharing with American Airlines

January 21, 2011

Supplement to Application for Exemption

  1. Shareholder Information
  2. Insurance Coverage
  3. Aircraft Maintenance

Counsel: Clyde & Co., Christopher Carlsen, 212-710-3930



OST-2010-0287 - Exemption - US-India Blanket Codesharing with American Airlines

Filed November 23, 2010 | Supplemented January 21, 2011 | Issued March 8, 2011

Notice of Action Taken

Exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between (1) points in India; (2) points in India and points in the United States (either nonstop or via intermediate points in third countries); (3) points in India and points in third countries; and (4) points in the United States and points in third countries, by means of a code-share agreement between Kingfisher and American Airlines, Inc. (See application of American and Kingfisher in Docket OST-2010-0288 to engage in reciprocal codeshare operations.)

By: Paul Gretch


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