Air India on Thursday said it reduced daily flights by 18%—or 45 flights—on a contingency schedule one day after a portion of its pilots, represented by the Indian Commercial Pilots Assn., went on strike. ICPA represents 800 AI pilots who were Indian Airlines pilots prior to their 2007 merger. The union claims management has not addressed its complaints about a lack of pay and work condition parity with pre-merger AI pilots and foreign pilots hired by the airline (ATW Daily ...

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