Sunday, June 02, 2019

Air India to conceive crew members

Air India which is the standard bearer airline of India which has its headquarters in New Delhi, a government-owned undertaking and operates a fleet of Airbus and Boeing serving the destinations of 94 domestic and international has announced new vigor rules and regulations for its crew members.
This National Flag bearer airlines passed out some fitness rules for its crew members which appear to be likely unfair to the crew of Air India. In accordance with the new rules, the airlines had made differences between Permanently Medically Unfit(PMU) and Temporarily Medically Unfit(TMU).
As per the directions and sources if an Air India crew member leaves unfit to fly for 18 months he or she will be considered to be Permanent Medically Unfit (PMU) along with body mass index (BMI) of above 30 for more than a year he or she will be defaulted back to flying under any situations.
Body Mass Index (BMI) is a measure which is done based upon the mass and height of a person which helps in finding the health risks of a person due to the cholesterol present in the Human Body.
02/05/19 Vamshi Krishna/Herald Publicist
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