Air India Express Strike Ends: Cabin Crew Withdraws Protest, Terminated Staff to be Reinstated

Air India Express cabin crew ended their protest after the airline agreed to address their concerns.

  • Air India Express cabin crew ended their protest after the airline agreed to address their concerns.
  • The airline has decided to withdraw termination letters issued to 25 cabin crew members.
  • The resolution came after a conciliation meeting between cabin crew representatives and airline officials.

In a recent development, the strike by Air India Express cabin crew has come to an end as the airline committed to addressing the grievances raised by the protesting staff members. Following a conciliation meeting held in New Delhi, the airline agreed to withdraw termination letters issued to 25 cabin crew members, thereby alleviating the concerns of both parties involved.

The strike, which lasted two and a half days, resulted in the cancellation of hundreds of flights, causing inconvenience to numerous passengers. The abrupt sick leave taken by a significant number of cabin crew members led to operational challenges for the airline, prompting management to take action. However, with the resolution of the dispute, normalcy is expected to return to Air India Express operations, benefiting both employees and travelers alike.