Airline Employees


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'Airline Employees' - 61 News Result(s)

  • Pakistan National Carrier Resumes Normal Flights After Strike

    Pakistan National Carrier Resumes Normal Flights After Strike

    Pakistan's national airline resumed normal flight operations today after employees called off an eight-day strike held in protest at a government plan to sell part of the carrier, officials said.

  • Vijay Mallya in Talks With Banks to Clear Kingfisher Dues

    Vijay Mallya in Talks With Banks to Clear Kingfisher Dues

    The debt-ridden airline was grounded on October 1, 2012 when it cancelled all 50 flights after a section of employees went on a flash strike, leaving thousands of passengers stranded. It lost operator's licence on October 20, 2012.

  • 12 Air France Personnel at Mali Siege Hotel 'Are Safe': Airline

    12 Air France Personnel at Mali Siege Hotel 'Are Safe': Airline

    Twelve Air France employees who were staying at the Radisson Blu hotel in Mali's capital Bamako when it was stormed by gunmen today are in a "safe place", the company said.

  • 6 Air France Employees Arrested After Violence at Headquarters

    6 Air France Employees Arrested After Violence at Headquarters

    Six Air France employees were arrested today for their role in a violent protest that forced an executive for the struggling airline to flee an angry mob after his shirt was ripped off

  • 4 Arrested Over Air France Violence: Police

    4 Arrested Over Air France Violence: Police

    Four Air France employees were arrested Monday as part of the investigation into the violent scenes which saw one of the struggling airline's executives have his shirt ripped off and scale a fence to escape an angry mob, police sources said

  • Air India Asked to Cut Salary of Staff Responsible for Flight Delays: Report

    Air India Asked to Cut Salary of Staff Responsible for Flight Delays: Report

    With employees found responsible for up to 15 per cent of Air India's flight delays, the airline has been directed by the government to penalise them by cutting salaries in a bid to fix accountability.

  • Air India Staff Suspended over Negligence

    Air India Staff Suspended over Negligence

    Cracking the whip against negligent Air India employees, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Saturday suspended ground handling and security officers for lapses in detecting a dummy grenade in one of the airline's planes that was to operate from Jeddah to Mumbai.

  • Two Air India Unions Seek CBI Probe into Airline's Losses

    Two Air India Unions Seek CBI Probe into Airline's Losses

    In a letter to the Prime Minister last week, two Air India unions -- All India Service Engineering Association and Air India Employees' Union -- have also alleged "trampling" of employees' rights by a "dictatorial" management in the name of the Turnaround Plan (TAP).

  • As Malaysia Airlines Faces Overhaul, Are There Lessons From Japan?

    As Malaysia Airlines Faces Overhaul, Are There Lessons From Japan?

    Fast forward a year, and Malaysia Airlines may have a new CEO, new logo, new livery, maybe even a new name, and fewer employees, airline insiders and brand experts said as the government signalled a "complete overhaul" of the loss-making carrier that has suffered two recent jetliner disasters.

  • SpiceJet Says in Talks With Tax Authorities

    SpiceJet Says in Talks With Tax Authorities

    Budget airline SpiceJet Ltd said it was in talks with authorities to resolve tax-related issues after its shares tumbled on a newspaper report that the company had left employees unable to fill in tax returns on time.

  • Malaysia Airlines Union Calls for CEO to Resign

    Malaysia Airlines Union Calls for CEO to Resign

    The union representing Malaysia Airlines employees is calling for the resignation of the airline's chief executive, saying new management is needed to revive the beleaguered flag carrier.

  • Malaysia Airlines Union Calls for CEO to Resign

    Malaysia Airlines Union Calls for CEO to Resign

    The union representing Malaysia Airlines employees is calling for the resignation of the airline's chief executive, saying new management is needed to revive the beleaguered flag carrier.

  • Trouble brewing again in Air India over pilots' pay cut: report

    Trouble brewing again in Air India over pilots' pay cut: report

    The pilots feel such a cut would be substantial as about 60 per cent of their total pay package comprised various allowances, while airline officials say a 15 per cent slash in allowances was being effected for all sections of employees of the cash-strapped national carrier, including the pilots.

  • Kingfisher staff plans hunger strike over salary dues: report

    Kingfisher staff plans hunger strike over salary dues: report

    Employees of grounded carrier Kingfisher have renewed demand for salary dues and served a hunger strike notice, even as company chairman Vijay Mallya recently assured that efforts to revive the airline were underway.

  • Kingfisher employees threaten hunger strike over salary dues

    Kingfisher employees threaten hunger strike over salary dues

    Employees of grounded carrier Kingfisher have renewed demand for salary dues and served a hunger strike notice, even as company chairman Vijay Mallya recently assured that efforts to revive the airline were underway.

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