After a long drawn strike, the engineers of Kingfisher Airlines have decided to resume work and the airline is expected to restart operations in the next few weeks.
“All issues have been addressed,” said CEO Sanjay Aggarwal to reporters. But the terms of settlement remains unknown.
SC Mishra, co-coordinator, the Kingfisher Employees Union in Delhi, said the engineers have decided to rejoin work. Though he also stated that the pilots would also accept the terms of settlement, he refused to confirm.
“We are getting salaries with immediate effect for March. We will get April salary before October 30,” Mishra told reporters.
The management has also assured that the staff will receive salaries continuously. He said there was no intimidation or coercion and the management helped the staff understand the economics of the operation.