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Maintain paycut parity across all employees: Air India pilots to management

For the senior management, the pay cut is between 1.5% to 2%, while it is 30% for the pilots

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Air India | Air India CMD | Aviation industry

Anjuli Bhargava  |  New Delhi 



Air India
The pilots believe the lower grade of employees should be fully protected from the cuts.

As the extent of the crisis in the airline sector becomes visible and felt by all, the paycuts being imposed by the management have been attacked by pilots as unfair. The ‘disproportionate’ cuts to variable allowances have become a sticking point between the two sides.

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First Published: Tue, July 14 2020. 06:05 IST

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