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Despite jobless Indian pilots, why are Indian airlines still h...

Airlines tell Arindam Majumder and Aneesh Phadnis they are forced to look at expats due to a lack of commanders, a position that requires experience. Should YOU spend lakhs to become a pilot? IMAGE: The pay of an expat pilot is around 40 per cent higher than Indian ones. They also get generous housing and travel benefits in their contracts. Photograph: Reuters.   Arav Joshi, 26, completed his flying course from a New Zealand-based training academy in 2012. After that did not translate ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Jet Airways pilot assaulted woman passenger: Harbhajan

"So called this Bernd Hoesslin a pilot with @jetairways called my fellow Indian (u bloody Indian get out of my flight) while he is earning here." "Not only was he racist, but physically assaulted a lady and abused a physically challenged man... absolutely disgraceful and shame on @jetairways." IMAGE: Harbhajan Singh. Photograph: BCCI An expat pilot with Jet Airways hurled "racist" comments at and assaulted a woman and also abused a physically challenged person on a flight, cricketer ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Harbhajan complaint: Pilot de-rostered, says Jet Airways  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Jet Airways giving 'step-motherly' treatment to pilots: NAG  Business Standard1 month ago

Now, AI pilots' union IPG comes in support of Kathpalia

Pilots at Air India seem to be divided over the appointment of A Kathpalia as Director of Operations, with pilots' union IPG today saying they have no objection to his promotion. The statement from the Indian Pilots' Guild (IPG) comes a day after Indian ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Attack on the MNC Titans

It's a post-truth world for multinational brands and businesses too. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. Pepsi and Coca-Cola are again in a tight spot in India, this time with a powerful section of the Tamil Nadu traders’ association continuing with its two-month-old boycott of the cola majors’ products on the issue of alleged abuse of groundwater in the state. Seen as non-essential goods, the cola majors are easy targets for anyone looking for a cause -- from farmers in ...
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