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PTI
New Delhi, December 6, 2018
A Jet Airways spokesperson said the airline is committed to meeting all its salary obligations and has already paid salary to 85 per cent of its workforce on time for the November payroll.


PTI
December 3, 2018
Jet Airways cancelled at least 14 flights to various destinations after some of its pilots reported 'sick' over non-payment of their dues


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, November 27, 2018
Jet Airways to clear remaining September salary on December 4, rest of the dues by March 31Jet Airways will pay the remaining 25 per cent September salary to its senior staff early next month and is likely to come out with a revised payment schedule soon, a source at the airline said Monday. Notably, Jet Airways pilots had last week threatened not to perform additional duties from December 1 if their salary dues were not cleared by November 30. General Motors to cut around 15,000 jobs, h...


PTI
November 27, 2018
Besides the remaining 25 per cent unpaid September salary, the senior management along with pilots and engineers are yet to be paid for October as well.


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November 19, 2018



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PTI
October 6, 2018
The assurance came following a meeting between the Jet Airways management and its domestic pilots' union, National Aviator's Guild, at the airline's headquarters.


Manu Kaushik
New Delhi, September 17, 2018
Airlines have chalked out ambitious plans to grow international business. Their journey is likely to be lengthy and tiring.


PTI
August 12, 2018
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has already evaluated the financial health of the national carrier Air India recently, besides conducting a special audit of Air Deccan, the source close to the development said.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 9, 2018
In addition to Rs 11,000 crore bailout package, the govt may give the board of directors additional powers to take decisions on operational issues.


By Manu Kaushik
Delhi, March 20, 2017
After a long time, pilots are back in demand. But challenges remain.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
June 18, 2013
In an exclusive interview with Business Today's K.R. Balasubramanyam, Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh says as metros are well connected, the focus is now on Tier III, Tier IV cities to revive regional connectivity.


www.businesstoday.in
October 20, 2012
People who made news last fortnight, featuring Vikram Pandit, Charles Bernard, Kumud Srinivasan and more.


Sanjay Singh and Lalatendu Mishra
New Delhi/Mumbai, March 8, 2012
While IATA ordered over 30,000 of its affiliated travel agents to stop booking tickets for Kingfisher, Air India found its pilots agitating over the non-payment of salaries.


BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, February 20, 2012
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has sought explanation from the airline's officials for the large-scale disruption in its operations over the past three days - about 80 flights were cancelled on Sunday and another 20 on Monday.


Lalatendu Mishra
Mumbai, February 20, 2012
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has initiated an inquiry into the sudden cancellations even as the airline is working to arrest losses estimated to be around Rs 5 crore a day going by Q3 results.


www.businesstoday.in
October 30, 2008
Apart from the M&A activity, which saw the birth of JetLite and Kingfisher Red, many carriers are signing agreements with regional players, like the GoAir-MDLR Airlines pact.


www.businesstoday.in
December 25, 2008
BT asks the who’s who of India’s corporate world—as well as some professionals and leaders from other fields for good measure—to jog their memory and recall the best advice they ever got. What the advice was, who gave it to them and when, and how it helped them.


E. Kumar Sharma
December 25, 2008
BT takes a close look at sectors across the economy, noting the big events and placing on record the expectations for 2009.


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