Jet Airways and the National Aviators Guild representing the carrier's 760 pilots will meet in New Delhi at the behest of top government labor officials in an effort to resolve the dispute that has led to nearly half Jet's pilots calling in sick for the past three days, severely disrupting its flight schedule. Jet Chairman Naresh Goyal, who has accused the pilots of holding the airline "hostage" with an "illegal" work action (ATWOnline, Sept. 10), met yesterday with Indian Labor Minister ...

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