In crisis, may shut down: Akasa Air SOS to Delhi HC after pilots' exit

Forced to cancel 24 flights a day, says airline

Akasa Air

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Bhavini MishraDeepak Patel New Delhi
Akasa Air is in a “state of crisis” and it “may shut down” due to the abrupt resignations of 43 pilots to join rival airlines, the newly established carrier told

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First Published: Sep 19 2023 | 8:27 PM IST

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