Friday, June 05, 2020

Air India: Flight Operations Increasing But Airline Wants to Pilot to Take Pay Cut

New Delhi: While Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the employers to not cut the salary fo the employees during the financial crisis posed by the COVID-19 lockdown situation, national carrier Air India had decided to cut salaries of all employees by 10 per cent for three months.
The negotiation is still on. Here is everything you need to know
1. Several airlines, including Air India, had announced pay cut as flight operations remained shut for two months. However, Air India was carrying out special rescue flights to bring Indians stranded elsewhere. Also Read - Is Air India Charging More For Vande Bharat Flights? No. Here is The Truth
2. IndiGo rolled back the pay cut plan, but Air India has not yet come to a conclusion.
3. There are eight unions in Air India. Indian Commercial Pilots’ Association, Indian Pilots’ Guild, Air Corporations Employees’ Union, All India Cabin Crew Association, All India Aircraft Engineers’ Association, Air India Employees’ Union, All India Aircraft Engineers’ Association and Indian Aircraft Technicians’ Association — all of them wrote to Union civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri urging to withdraw the salary cut decision
4. Air India employees have moved the Bombay High Court against the carrier’s decision to cut allowances.
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