SpiceJet staff refuses to work at Delhi airport over dues, airline says issue settled

New Delhi, Sep 3 (UNI) Protesting in opposition to wage delays and different pending dues, dozens of SpiceJet staff on Friday refused to work at the Delhi airport.

The airline staff, nonetheless, later joined work after an assurance from the administration about addressing their points.

An airline supply stated the administration group led by its Chief Security Officer (CSO) and one of many senior Vice Presidents (VPs) has assured the staff that their points will sorted out by Wednesday.

“The issue with a piece of SpiceJet staff at the Delhi airport has been resolved and the staff have returned to work. SpiceJet’s flight operations stay regular,” a SpiceJet spokesperson stated.

Days again, an ex-pilot of the airline had alleged violation of security norms and went public along with his letter on the issue. This was, nonetheless, refuted by SpiceJet which asserted that it maintained excessive security requirements.

The airline supply stated their key calls for to the administration included clearing of pending dues, restoration of wage lower and cost for additional time.

Hit arduous by the pandemic, low-cost provider SpiceJet has reported a web lack of Rs 729 crore for the quarter ending June 2021 as in opposition to a web lack of Rs 593 crore in the identical quarter of the earlier 12 months.


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