Kingfisher Airlines plans Jennifer Lopez concert on first birthday

MUMBAI: Vijay Mallya-promoted Kingfisher Airlines is bringing down popular international singer Jennifer Lopez to India, as part of the celebrations of Kingfisher Airlines' first anniversary.

Lopez will be making her debut in India with the concert, which will take place at the MMRDA grounds in Mumbai on 21 May. The pop diva's first visit is part of a world tour after the release of her latest album, Rebirth. So fat the album has spawned the hit Get Right and has sold four million copies worldwide.

The concert is being organised and produced by DNA Networks. Tickets for the concert are priced at Rs 2,000 and Rs 1,200. Tickets will go on sale from 12 May, 2006.

Kingfisher Airlines also announced that it was launching an exciting promotion around the much awaited concert in India for all guests who fly the Airlines during the promotion period from 6 May onwards.

All a first class guest has to do is exhibit two boarding passes of Kingfisher First in his/her name at the counter at the airport and avail two special tickets to the concert. Guests traveling Kingfisher Class can also win free tickets to a premium enclosure at the Jennifer Lopez Concert along with loads of exciting prizes during the month of May.

Announcing the first anniversary celebrations, Kingfisher Airlines Ltd chairman and CEO Dr. Vijay Mallya commented, "Ever since its launch on 9 May, 2005, Kingfisher Airlines has been blazing new trails and has consistently raised the bar both in terms of service and product offering. The various awards and recognitions conferred on Kingfisher Airlines, a market share of 8.7 per cent in under a year and the milestone of having carried over a million guests, all these are an encouraging testimony that travelers have welcomed our efforts to redefine flying."

Kingfisher Airlines expects its market share to grow by about 95 per cent by next year. "In an expanded market, we are targeting a market share of 15 per cent for the next year. The number of our flights will go up from 13 to 23 by the end of this year," said Mallya.

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