Aviation

Sacked airhostesses seek pardon from AI

DELHI

The recently sacked 17 cabin crew members of national carrier Air India have submitted unconditional apology for reporting late to work and delaying flights. The 17, mostly airhostesses, have reportedly blamed their union for inciting them. The airline says it will consider their request for pardon on a “case to case basis.”

Air India CMD Rohit Nandan is learnt to have made it clear to the erring staffers that he had viewed their indiscipline very seriously. “February virtually saw an unannounced industrial action by cabin crew members who sauntered in to report for flights when they wished. The on time performance of international flights during that month fell as low as 35%,” said a source.

Full report here Times of India

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