Air India is considering freezing pay rises and additional allowances to employees until the process of its merger with Indian Airlines has been completed. Arvind Jadhav, chairman and managing director of Air India, appealed to workers in a letter to cooperate in the “gigantic task of turning around Air India”. The national flag carrier has accumulated a loss of at least Rs. 13,300 crore since the merger began in 2007. It is implementing a financial turnaround plan prepared by Deloitte Consulting India.

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