Akasa Air files court case against 40 pilots for not serving notice period

Mumbai : Akasa Air, a low-cost carrier in India, has filed a case in the Bombay High Court against 40 pilots who allegedly quit the company without serving their mandatory six-month notice period.

The airline claims that the pilots’ actions violated their contracts and the country’s civil aviation regulations. The pilots’ resignations led to flight cancellations in August, which caused inconvenience to passengers.

Akasa Air is seeking damages from the pilots, as well as an injunction preventing them from joining other airlines until they have completed their notice period.

The pilots have not yet responded to the lawsuit.

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