Saturday, July 07, 2018

Airline moves court against pilots who ‘quit without notice’

Mumbai: A city-based private airline has filed a criminal complaint against seven pilots accusing them of violating aviation norms by quitting the airline without serving the notice period. The pilots, on the other hand, have said that the airline hasn’t paid them in months.
Supreme Transport Organisation Pvt Ltd, an arm of the Supreme Airlines Group, filed the criminal complaint under IPC Sections 420 (cheating) and 406, 408 (criminal breach of trust) against the pilots alleging that they left the company without serving the requisite one-year notice period as mandated by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
The complaint, filed at the Andheri Metropolitan Court, names Captain Rishabh Jain, Captain Ravikant Sarowa, Captain Kowser Hussain Bhat, Captain Jagadeeshwaran GS, Captain Thurumalai Kumaran, Captain Ganesh Nagraj, and Captain M Satyan as the accused.
07/07/19 Satish Nandgaonkar/Mumbai Mirror

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