Jet Pilots Challenge Mandatory 6-Months Notice Period

Society for Welfare of Indian Pilots, a body claiming to represent over 790 pilots of Jet Airways, has dragged the government and the Naresh Goyal promoted carrier challenging the six-months notice period required to be
jet pilots challenge mandatory 6 months notice...
PTI November 01, 2009 23:03 IST

Society for Welfare of Indian Pilots, a body claiming to represent over 790 pilots of Jet Airways, has dragged the government and the Naresh Goyal promoted carrier challenging the six-months notice period required to be served before leaving the airline.

As per the Civil Air Requirement (CAR), pilots have to serve mandatory six-month notice period before leaving any airline company.

Admitting their petition, Justice Sanjiv Khanna has issued notices to the Center, Director General of Civil Aviation and Jet Airways directing them to file their replies.

In their petition, Society for Welfare of Indian Pilots (SWIP) alleged that many airlines, including Jet Airways, were misusing CAR, which provided an 'unfair advantage' to the management, and using it to change their service conditions.

 
Chunav Manch Gujarat 2017
 
 
killer smog
 

You May Like

   
 

More from india

 
 
Assembly Elections 2017