‘Air India implementing Dharmadhikari report’
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The counsel for Air India on Tuesday informed the Delhi High Court that the recommendations of Dharmadhikari panel are being implemented.
The statement was made during the hearing of a matter relating to training pilots for Dreamliner Boeing by Air India.
Air India had earlier filed an appeal against an order of a single judge bench staying further trainings of pilots, affiliated to Indian Pilots Guild of Air India, till implementation of Justice Dharmadhikari panel recommendations.
The counsel for Air India told a bench headed by Acting Chief Justice AK Sikri that the recommendations of the committee, dealing with various issues including parity in training and career progression of pilots, are being implemented.
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