Some 200-odd pilots from cash-strapped Go First have joined Air India, with about 75 pilots already in training sessions since this week. Air India held walk-in interviews for pilots in Bengaluru, Delhi and Mumbai within days of Go First cancelling flights. Air India said got more than 700 applications to its recruitment advertisement. Sources claim that 75 Go First pilots started classroom training on Air India’s operational policies, manuals and other aspects. The pilots will undergo simulator training before being released for duty. The new recruits submitted indemnity letters to Air India as they weren’t relieved from Go First. Both

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