Once highly successful Air India has reached a blind alley as it struggles to survive after posting a net loss that doubled in the past fiscal year ending in March to $1.23 billion. As the carrier strains to pay salaries of the past three months while facing a looming pilot strike from Nov. 24 if demands are not met, an Air India official told The DAILY, “We’ll deal with it as we come closer to the day” [of the strike]. There are fears that if the situation continues, management ...

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