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Coronavirus Outbreak: Air India unions challenge airline's decision to slash allowances by 10% in Mumbai High Court
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Air India unions challenge airline's decision to slash allowances by 10% in Mumbai High Court

Air India employee unions have moved the Bombay High Court against the airline's decision to slash allowances, which form a major part of the salary, by ten percent because of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic

Coronavirus Lockdown: Air India pilot unions urge govt to provide financial support to clear wage backlog
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Coronavirus Lockdown: Air India pilot unions urge govt to provide financial support to clear wage backlog

Air India's pilot unions IPG and ICPA has urged Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri to "urgently" provide financial support to the national carrier amid private airlines' cry for a bailout package in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak

Coroanvirus Outbreak: Air India pilots' unions assure govt of full support; say ready to operate any special flight
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Coroanvirus Outbreak: Air India pilots' unions assure govt of full support; say ready to operate any special flight

Air India pilots'unions, IPG an ICPA, have said their members will support the government and will operate any special flight irrespective of the extent of the coronavirus pandemic

Air India pilot bodies seek meeting with civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri on privatisation; govt to call bids for sale next month
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Air India pilot bodies seek meeting with civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri on privatisation; govt to call bids for sale next month

Earlier this month, as many as 13 Air India unions including its pilots unions, Indian Pilots Guild (IPG) and Indian Commercial Pilots Association (ICPA), had discussions with the airline top management on the issue of privatisation

Air India pilot unions' demand: Pay allowances by 10 February or won't follow changes in duty roster
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Air India pilot unions' demand: Pay allowances by 10 February or won't follow changes in duty roster

Pilot unions of Air India have written to the company asking that their flying allowances be paid by 10 February otherwise they will not accept any changes in the duty roster, which has already been issued for February

Air India pilot body asks members not to accept last minute duties, protests delay in payment of flying allowance
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Air India pilot body asks members not to accept last minute duties, protests delay in payment of flying allowance

The Indian Commercial Pilots Association (ICPA), which claims to represent over 700 pilots in the government-run airline, issued directives to its members on a range of issues.

Air India suspends operations chief for 3 years after he fails breathalyser test for second time; move delays Delhi-London flight by hour
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Air India suspends operations chief for 3 years after he fails breathalyser test for second time; move delays Delhi-London flight by hour

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation had suspended Air India pilot Arvind Kathpalia in 2017 for three months after he had skipped a compulsory pre-flight medical test on several occasions.

ICPA opposes Air India move to recover overtime flying allowance; warns airline of 'industrial action'
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ICPA opposes Air India move to recover overtime flying allowance; warns airline of 'industrial action'

ICPA said the allowance is being paid as per a proposal cleared by the aviation ministry in January 2016.

Air India pilots' body agrees to accept common pay structure proposed by Dharmadhikari panel
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Air India pilots' body agrees to accept common pay structure proposed by Dharmadhikari panel

With this, the merger of the erstwhile Indian Airlines with Air India is almost complete now--a development comes too late for the union as the carrier is divestment-bound now.

Air India pilots ask govt to clear their salary arrears before privatisation of airline
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Air India pilots ask govt to clear their salary arrears before privatisation of airline

A union of Air India pilots on Wednesday asked the government to clear their salary arrears before the airline is privatised.

Air India flight operations back to normal after management meets pilots
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Air India flight operations back to normal after management meets pilots

The pilots' body had on Monday warned of the situation turning worse If there was no "definite time-bound assurance" on resolving the issues by Tuesday.

Air India pilots' body accuses board member of hiding facts, writes to cabinet secretary
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Air India pilots' body accuses board member of hiding facts, writes to cabinet secretary

ICPA said in its letter that they had come to understand that the new appointee "had suppressed the facts from Air India management of the FIR filed at Sahar police station Mumbai" and that he was released on bail.

Pilots refuse to fly beyond flight duty timings hours before new CMD takes charge at Air India
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Pilots refuse to fly beyond flight duty timings hours before new CMD takes charge at Air India

Air India stipulates that the daily flight duty time for a pilot is 8 hours and 125 hours in a month while the daily duty time for a pilot is 11 hours.

Air India schedule may take a hit as pilots' body firm on no extra hours
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Air India schedule may take a hit as pilots' body firm on no extra hours

ICPA has 670 members under its fold and it represents the pilots of erstwhile Indian Airlines.

Air India pilots oppose secret ballot for recognising trade unions
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Air India pilots oppose secret ballot for recognising trade unions

The national carrier currently has 15 recognized trade unions representing around 22,000 employees of erstwhile Indian Airlines, besides Air India.

Air India risking flight safety by altering operating norms for A320: Pilots
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Air India risking flight safety by altering operating norms for A320: Pilots

Indian Commercial Pilots Association (ICPA) today accused Air India of arbitrarily changing the flight operating procedures for narrow-body A320 aircraft, affecting flight safety.