Indian Commercial Pilots Association (ICPA), the union of Air India domestic pilots, has threatened to go on strike from November 24 as talks between its leaders and the Air India management remained inconclusive on Monday.
Both the parties met at the regional Labour Commissioner’s office in Mumbai.
The commissioner has called both parties for another round of talks on November 20.
But enraged pilots said their notice to go on strike would come into force from Tuesday, November 10 as the management failed to address their demands. According to the Industrial Act, the pilots can go on strike after a 14-days notice.
ICPA had written to the Air India chairman to redress their grievances including payment of salaries, allowances and dues.