Jet Airways CEO served legal notice by pilots over salary delay


Jet Airways pilots union has served a legal notice to the management of the airline over delays in the payment of salary.
In the notice addressed to CEO Vinay Dube, the National Aviators Guild (NAG) has threatened to initiate legal action unless the salaries of the pilots due from January to March are cleared by April 14.

The pilots, via their counsel, claimed that despite raising the issue time and again with the management, the schedule of payment is getting delayed each time.

“My client calls upon the management of Jet Airlines to pay the salaries outstanding for the months of January, February and March 2019 by April 14 2019 (and future monthly salaries by the 1st of each proceeding month), failing which my client shall be constrained, instructed to inform you, to resort to all constitutional and legal methods available to it to ensure payment of the salaries of its members,” the notice read.   Read More

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