Indian Jet Airways pilots asked not to fly with expats from May 1

Jet Airways pilots' union has asked Indian pilots not to fly with expat pilots from May 1.

Indian pilots belonging to Jet Airways carrier have been asked by their union not to fly with expat pilots from the next month.

Referring to some cases of alleged misbehaviour by expat pilots towards passengers and Indian pilots, union of Jet Airways pilots -- the National Aviators Guild -- issued a directive saying that they were not to fly with the expat pilots from May 1.

Jet Airways has over 17,000 pilots, out of whom 860 are Indian commanders and 100 expat pilots.

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