Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Aviation Ministry issues guidelines: Commander should serve 1-year notice period, co-pilots 6 months on resignation

The Ministry of Civil Aviation on Wednesday issued strict guidelines over resignation and said commanders should serve notice period of one year and co-pilots a notice period of six months on resignation.
The Ministry said that during the notice period, pilot will not refuse to undertake flight duties. The employer will also not deprive pilot of legitimate rights, the ministry added.
Earlier this month, the ministry came down heavily on passengers behaving unruly on flight and announced new rules for a no-fly list. The ministry has divided the punishment for unruly behaviour into three categories. The first category is three-month ban, second level is six months ban and third level is ban for two years or more, said Civil Aviation Secretary RN Choubey.
17/05/17 India.com

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