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Over 1,000 Jet Airways pilots to go ahead with no flying call from April 1

Earlier in the day, a source said that around 200 pilots had written individually to Jet CEO Vinay Dube, threatening to go on "leave of absence"

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Press Trust of India Mumbai
Over 1,000 pilots of the struggling private carrier Jet Airways have decided to go ahead with their "no flying" call from April 1 following the airline failing to receive funds from the banks Friday, its pilots' guild has said.

The National Aviators Guild (NAG), the body claiming representation of some 1,100 pilots at Jet Airways, had last week announced its decision not to fly from April 1 if their pending salaries were not cleared and clarity on the revival plan not provided by March 31.
 
Days after that, the airline management went into the hands of SBI-led consortium of banks under

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First Published: Mar 29 2019 | 11:41 PM IST

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