The Indian Commercial Pilots Association (ICPA), which represents pilots of Indian Airlines, has served a 14-day strike notice to the airline management. As a result Air India’s flight operations could also face major disruption on March 9 if the strike goes ahead. The ICPA says the management has failed to address their grievances, including pay parity and better working conditions. ICPA General Secretary Capt Rishabh Kapoor said they have served “the mandatory notice to the management today. We will strike work on March 9”.
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