Kingfisher Red flights

Kingfisher Red was a low-cost airline and part of the Indian airline group, Kingfisher, which is also no longer in operation. Before folding in 2011, Kingfisher had the second largest market share for Indian domestic travel.

Kingfisher Red launched in 2007 when Kingfisher Airlines purchased Air Deccan, a Bangalore-based low-cost airline. Initially, Kingfisher changed Air Deccan’s name to Simplifly Deccan. Eventually, this was changed to Kingfisher Red. The airline functioned as Kingfisher’s low-cost airline for domestic routes. Although it was a no-frills flight, passengers flying on Kingfisher Red flights could earn King Points that could be used on Kingfisher Airlines or its partner airlines. Kingfisher Red halted operations in 2011. Kingfisher Airlines, the parent group, suspended flights in 2012. In 2013, the group's licence was revoked.

Although Kingfisher Red is no longer active, there are plenty of other low-cost airlines offering cheap domestic flights in India including IndiGO and SpiceJet. Search with us to see which airline offers the cheapest tickets.

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