Employees at India’s beleaguered Kingfisher Airlines yesterday ended their weeks-long strike after management ensured payment of months of unpaid salaries by the end of this year. “The airline’s protesting pilots and engineers have agreed to resume duty from Oct. 26, having accepted management’s proposal to disburse salary for the month of March in 24 hours and for April by Oct. 30. The salary for the month of May will be paid by Nov. 13,” says CEO Sanjay Aggarwal in a statement. “We ...
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