The National carrier Air India, which is awaiting disinvestment, has asked its pilots and cabin crew details to prepare to resume operations post lockdown, probably by mid-May. The second phase of the lockdown is due to end on May 3. The first phase was from March 24 to April 14. Then it was extended for two weeks till May 3.
An internal mail which was sent to the operation staff, seeks crew availability and details for transport security passes for domestic and international operations reported ANI.
In- fact , ANI has accessed an internal mail which was sent to operation staff seeking crew availability and details for transport security passes for domestic and international operations.
“Dear All concerned, There is a probability to commence 25 per cent to 30 per cent operations post-lockdown in mid-May 2020. You are requested to ensure and provide the following: Total No. of Cockpit / Cabin Crew residing outside municipal limits of the bases,” the communication read.
Further Air India has also asked the Executive Director (ED) to ensure necessary arrangements and curfew passes for the crew. “Ensure crew transport for all crew at all stations (domestic as well as International). The data at bullet 1 may be provided on priority, to enable this office to intimate ED (Security) to arrange for their curfew pass,” the AI letter said.