The Indian Commercial Pilots Assn., the union representing 800 Air India pilots who were Indian Airlines pilots prior to the 2007 merger, issued a formal notice stating the pilots' intent to strike on March 9. According to a statement cited in multiple news reports from India, ICPA said it was "compelled to issue the strike notice on account of … the incompetent and dishonest handling of industrial relations by the higher echelons of the management." The union said the ...

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