Air India’s pilot affiliation educated the national transporter’s administration on Monday that adjustments in wage settlement would be illicit and such a circumstance. This comes days after Air India endorsed a leave without pay (LWP) conspire for changeless representatives for a time of a half year to two years, extendable as long as five years,
“Any one-sided change via Air India from settled upon wage settlement would be unlawful and won’t be in light of a legitimate concern for our National Carrier at this urgent point. Such a circumstance can possibly to an exceptional extent,” the Indian Commercial Pilot Association (ICPA) wrote in a letter routed to Air India executive and overseeing chief Rajiv Bansal.
“In light of a legitimate concern for the organization and because of the Covid situation, ICPA underpins brief severity quantifies at all fronts, just if such a rebuilding is done in obvious soul of the Article 14 of the Indian Constitution. Flying recompense and flying related remittances establish 70% of our wages. These recompenses stay unpaid since April 2020,” the letter said.