Air India pilots gave three days ultimatum to the management regarding their demands

New Delhi. Air India pilots have given three days ultimatum to Air India management to fulfill their demands. In a letter to the aviation secretary (Chairman and Managing Director- Air India- Rajiv Bansal) on Monday evening, the pilots warned that if they do not address the illegal pay cuts and related issues within three days, they will face industrial action. Will seek justice through

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The letter was written by the airline’s Airbus union- Indian Commercial Pilots Guild (ICPA) and Boeing Pilots’ union- Indian Pilots Guild (IPG), which represent over 900 pilots. It read, “International passenger services to/from India started from 15th December, 2021, and all airlines are withdrawing the COVID cut, if we address the issues related to illegal pay cut of 55% and overhang of long-term disinvestment. do not see. If issues are not resolved within three days, then we will have no option but to seek justice through industrial action.”

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The pilots have been writing to the airline since October but have not received any response. In their previous letters, the pilots complained that they were burdened with “illegal pay cut” of 55% and demanded to be paid as per market standards. Citing their long-standing disinvestment issues, the pilots have asked for 25% dues including interest, details of gratuity, option of leave encashment, medical benefits for all permanent employees, tax effect on withheld layover substance allowance and pending grade release. also demanded. Let us tell, Tata has to take over the company completely and start flying by January 22, 2022 and the working employees have no communication on their pending dues. According to media reports, the closing date of the airline will be only next month. The pilots are thrilled that Tata will soon start operating the airline, but the current management is not paying any heed to them. This is a matter of great concern to the pilots and hence they want immediate response for which the pilots of Air India have given an ultimatum of three days to the Air India management to fulfill their demands.

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