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Air India union plans to discuss cabin crew's pay revision with management

It demands implementation of Justice Dharmadhikari report on revised basic pay for cabin crew

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Air India union plans to discuss cabin crew's pay revision with management

An employees' union plans to take up the issue of revised basic pay for the with the airline's chief Ashwani Lohani.

The (ACEU) is a grouping of non-technical staff, comprising nearly 8,000 of the total 21,137 employees at the airline.

The union has been demanding implementation of the Justice Dharmadhikari report on revised basic pay for the

In a communication to its members, General Secretary J B Kadian said the union is planning to have a meeting with Chairman and Managing Director to "break the impasse" on the issue of revised basic pay for the

"We in the are meeting to review the situation of the adamant stand of the management and to chalk out the future course of action," the communication, dated July 3, said.

The union has also opposed the proposed disinvestment of Air India, saying such a move would affect the employees in general and in particular.

To revive the loss-making airline, the Cabinet has given its in-principle approval for divesting stake in

The national airline, which is surviving on taxpayers' money, has a debt burden of over Rs 52,000 crore.

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First Published: Thu, July 06 2017. 05:08 IST
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