12 more Kingfisher pilots quit, to join Qatar Airways


12 more KF pilots out to Qatar

12 more KF pilots out to Qatar


Mumbai: Close on the heels of about a dozen pilots quitting Kingfisher Airlines, 12 more have put in their papers at the Vijay Mallya-owned air carrier.
“Twelve more pilots have put in their papers and will soon be joining the Gulf-based airline, Qatar Airways,” a Kingfisher Airlines’ official said.
About a dozen pilots had resigned earlier to join other domestic air-carriers, the official said. Though Qatar Airways has given job offer letters to 14 pilots from the airlines, two have not yet made up their mind on quitting as they are already flying wide-body aircraft, the official said.
These pilots are supposed to join Qatar Airways by June 8, the official said. However, these pilots do not come under the ambit of the civil aviation requirement of 2005, which makes it mandatory for pilots to serve a six-month notice prior to leaving their employer. Probably these pilots should get a Government Employment and stop jumping between flights.
The 2005 CAR is applicable to only those pilots who join domestic airlines. In the case of overseas carriers, one-month notice is sufficient, the official said.


~ by anand213 on April 26, 2009.

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