Air India 777-200LR. Courtesy, Boeing A section of the Air India (AI) pilots, who have been on strike for the past 52 days, said the medical condition of one of them who has been on a hunger strike for the past four days is rapidly deteriorating. The hundred-odd pilots belonging to the Indian Pilots Guild (IPG) are protesting against the management decision to let their colleagues from the former Indian Airlines (IC) bypass them for training on the Boeing 787 (ATW Daily News, May ...

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