The Federation of Indian Pilots (FIP) has urged the government to relax the mandatory six-month notice period for airline pilots, quitting the company for better prospects. In a letter to Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, the pilot body said that the rule is a stumbling block for pilots in securing jobs in other airlines, particularly in situations like the Go First crisis. The rule enforced during 2006-07 to restrict the Indian pilots from joining foreign airlines bars pilots from joining another company before completing six months with the existing employer. The association has urged the aviation minister to relax this

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