Air India defers training schedule of pilots for new Boeing

Air India informed the Bombay High Court today that the training schedule of pilots for the new Boeing 787, slated to commence from tomorrow, has been deferred till the month-end as negotiations were on with the Indian Pilots Guild (IPG) over the issue.
A division bench of Justices Roshan Dalvi and Amjad Sayed adjourned the hearing till November 14 after advocate Sudhir Talsania, appearing on behalf of Air India gave an assurance to this effect to the court.
The court was hearing a petition filed by IPG, which challenged the decision of the airline management to draw equal number of pilots from the erstwhile Air India and Indian Airlines to train them for the new Boeing 787.

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