Air India issues notice after London hotels complain of crew filling tiffin boxes with buffet food

Air India has issued a notice to its international crew members after the management of Hotel Renaissance London wrote an email to the airlines complaining that they have been filling their tiffin boxes with food to be eaten later from the buffet tables placed at the hotel.

FP Staff February 08, 2017 13:37:44 IST
Air India issues notice after London hotels complain of crew filling tiffin boxes with buffet food

Air India has issued a notice to its international crew members after the management of Hotel Renaissance London wrote an email to the airlines, complaining that they have been filling their tiffin boxes with food to be eaten later from the buffet tables placed at the hotel.

Air India issues notice after London hotels complain of crew filling tiffin boxes with buffet food

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The warning note titled 'A buffet is not a takeaway', was sent on Monday by an assistant general manager (AGM) of the in-flight service department, reports The Times of India.

According to the report, the note read: "We have received an unfortunate email from the management of hotel in London stating that some AI crew members regularly come down for breakfast with empty boxes into which they fill food items from the buffet, presumably to eat later."

According to an India Today report, the note warned that even though the airlines is aware that it is a small minority which is indulging in such behaviour, it would take serious disciplinary action against the offenders.

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