‘Is Our Airline Safe,’ Unpaid Air India Pilots Ask Management


Fit to fly?

India may be the world’s fastest growing aviation market but the finances of its only two long haul airlines, Air India (AI) and Jet Airways, is far from healthy.

Where is the money

On Friday, a large section of Air India pilots represented by Indian Commercial Pilots’ Association (ICPA) asked the management if AI “even have enough money for regular/mandatory maintenance.” This question from AI pilots comes a day after the unprecedented event of Jet’s April-June, 2018, financial result being deferred “pending closure of certain matter”. Read More

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