Now 'the king of good times' will fly Air Deccan
31 May, 2007
NEW DELHI: Marriages in the skies seem to be the new mantra for Indian carriers. After the Jet-Sahara union, it is the turn of another marriage in the skies. 

Low-cost carrier Air Deccan on Thursday sold 26% stake to Kingfisher Airlines at Rs 150/share. 

According to a report in Times Now , an Air Deccan board meet is currently underway. A formal announcement in this regard will be made shortly. 

According to reports, Captain Gopinath will continue to head Air Deccan, which will continue operating as a low-cost carrier.



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