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Air India pilots' union alleges harassment of crew, says won't operate flight if repeated

Alleging harassment of crew by health officials at Delhi airport, Air India's Indian Commercial Pilots Association has warned that its members wouldn't operate any non-essential flight if such "distasteful" treatment is repeated. This comes after a Delhi-Moscow flight returned midway after its pilot was found COVID-19 positive. "The crew were made to wait entire day without food," the union said.

Mon, 01 Jun 2020 - 08:29 PM / by Harsh V Singh

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