Now, more than a thousand pilots of the company have decided not to take flight since April 1 due to lack of salary. Pilots say that the company’s condition has not yet been concrete to improve.

The National Aviators Guild, which represents about 1,100 pilots of Jet Airways, did not pay the salaries and warned of failing to fly the flight from April 1 if the revival scheme is not explicit till March 31.

Senior engineers and Management officials, including Jet Airways pilots, have not got a salary for nearly four months. At the same time, Jet Airways said in a statement that every possible effort is being made to normalize Operations.

Jet Airways: More than 1000 pilots threatened not to fly the plane, read to know why?

The problems of Jet Airways struggling with a cash crisis seem to be at the never-ending situation. Now, more than a thousand pilots of the company have decided not to take flight since April 1 due to lack of salary. Pilots say that the company’s condition has not yet been concrete to improve. For this reason, they have decided not to fly.

The National Aviators Guild, which represents about 1,100 pilots of Jet Airways, did not pay the salaries and warned of failing to fly the flight from April 1 if the revival scheme is not explicit till March 31. A few days later, the company’s control went to a group of banks led by the State Bank of India.

The National Aviators Guild announced on Friday that the company did not get the money from the banks after implementing the warning. Guild chairman Karan Chopra said, “Part of the interim financing from State Bank of India was going to be allocated till March 29, but it has not been so far. There is no information about salary payments from management too. Pilots decided not to fly collectively in Mumbai and Delhi which is effective from April 1. “

Jet Airways: More than 1000 pilots threatened not to fly the plane, read to know why?

Senior engineers and management officials, including Jet Airways pilots, have not got a salary for nearly four months. At the same time, Jet Airways said in a statement that every possible effort is being made to normalize operations.