KFA ex-pilots send notice to management over unpaid dues
The former pilots are seeking compensation for mental harassment and salary dues, according to sources.
New Delhi: Former Kingfisher Airlines pilots have sent a legal notice to the management seeking compensation for mental harassment and salary dues, according to sources. The management has been given a period of 21 days to comply with the notice.
The management received the notice on January 18, in which it has been charged with cheating for non-payment Of salaries. Sources say the notice has been sent to the top brass of the airlines including Chairman Vijay Mallya and CEO Sanjay Aggarwal.
Sources added that Kingfisher engineers are also working on a similar legal notice and will send it later this week.
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