Air India's flight schedules could be disrupted this week after nearly 400 management pilots proceeded with a threatened wildcat strike beginning last Friday to protest cuts in their flying allowances, according to India's Economic Times. The pilots are not allowed to form a union, which is why they resorted to wildcat action. A spokesperson for AI said the airline "had not heard anything from the pilots [about the strike]. They have gone to the media rather than coming to us. Air India ...

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