- All pilots first used to fly the Boeing B-737 of Jet Airways, whose flights were closed
- Pilots wanted separate permits for blowing Indigo Airbus A-320
new Delhi. Six pilots of Jet Airways were caught while copying in an examination last week. On Thursday, DGCA banned the six pilots for further examination for six months. During the ban, they will not be able to take the examination related to Indigo Kane Airbus A-320 flight.
On July 22, the pilots caught while mimicking were the first to fly the Boeing B-737 aircraft of Jet Airways. Indigo needed to permit separately to fly the Airbus A320. For this, he had to give an examination.
Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) debars 6 former Jet Airways pilots for 6 months from appearing for air travel in the Airbus A320, after they were caught cheating during the examination. pic.twitter.com/GVonSsdm6K
– ANI (@ANI) August 1, 2019
Jet Airways flights shut off from April
Jet Airways, a private sector airline, struggling to cope with debt crisis, stopped operating its flights from April due to lack of funding from the banks. For this reason many employees were fired from the job. Their outstanding salaries have not even been given so far. Many employees were admitted to other companies.