United We Stand: 70 Jet Airways’ Engineers Report Sick After Airline Seeks Resignation From Colleague


In a dramatic incident, around 70 aircraft maintenance engineers (AME) of Jet airways reported ‘sick’ at airports across the country on Thursday (7 January) following the airline’s step of sending its human resource (HR) officials to convince one of the AME’s to tender a resignation, reports Economic Times.

The AME, from which the resignation was being sought, was reportedly based in Madurai, where the airline will stop operating later this week. Other sites where the airline will drop its operations are Raipur, Silchar, Aizawl, Jorhat and Imphal.

However, following the protest by the engineers, the Jet management withdrew its decision. Soon after, all the engineers joined work again Read More

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