Protesting AI pilots, on Thursday met Civil Aviation Minister Vayalar
Ravi and assured "full cooperation" for smooth operations of
The Air India pilots’ strike gained momentum on its fifth day on Sunday with six pilots’ union pledging support to the banned ICPA which is spearheading the agitation, a news channel reported.
After Goa and Kabul, a section
of Air India pilots decided not to operate flights to
Kathmandu as the airline
has not given them familiarisation training after revision of
approach and go around procedures there.
With DGCA pulling up airlines
and pilots for flying in unsafe conditions in Goa, a section
of Air India pilots have threatened not to operate flights to
Kabul citing safety and security concerns.
With the Delhi High Court
restraining Air India pilots from going on strike on March 16,
the pilots on Tuesday night decided to defer their action till March 31.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday
restrained a section of Air India pilots from going on strike on Wednesday
to press their demand for higher pay and better
Following withdrawal of the pilots` agitation, AI today said normalcy has been restored in its operations, both in international and domestic routes.
Extending "moral" support to the agitating executive pilots, non-executive pilots of Air India on Saturday said they are in "non-cooperation with the company."
Pilots of Air India threaten strike against reduction in their incentives.
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