Aviation

CCI rejects Air India’s complaint against IndiGo

DELHI

Competition Commission has rejected Air India’s allegation of predatory recruitment ways made against no-frills carrier IndiGo’s parent InterGlobe Aviation, saying the matter is more of an employment issue.

Air India and IndiGo are among the key domestic airlines, reports The Economic Times.

Observing that the complaint is more of an “employment issue than a competition issue”, CCI said the issues being alleged do not raise any concern within the meaning of Competition Act.

InterGlobe operates budget carrier IndiGo.

Among others, Air India had alleged that InterGlobe has systematically indulged in predatory recruitment of its trained pilots, which has resulted in cancellation and delays of the national carrier’s flights.

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