Over 100 Pilots Threaten to Quit Air India

Over 100 pilots have threatened to quit Air India, a decision that could greatly impact the airline's global operations, reports eTurboNews. The pilots have claimed that management has adopted "discriminatory attitude against them and [stalled] their career progression," according to the article.

The decision comes just four days before the launch of a training program to teach pilots how to fly the Boeing 787 Dreamliners. A total of 101 pilots signed a letter addressed to Air India CMD Rohit Nandan claiming that they felt "cheated by the management's unfair and discriminatory decisions, leading to a complete stall of our career progression."

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