Employees at the troubled carrier have gone seven months without pay but are negotiating with Kingfisher management on a possible return to work.
Local press reports suggested staff have been offered three months pay over the next three weeks, but employees want a better deal.
The airline's licence was suspended by India's regulator on Saturday, meaning no bookings can be taken.
Debt-laden Kingfisher, which owes around ￡1 bil-lion, must present an acceptable operational plan to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation before its licence to fly is re-instated.
Airline workers have said they intend to demonstrate at the F1 track in Greater Noida, where racing begins on Friday, if their demands are not met.
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