Akasa Air set to reduce flights after several pilots quit abruptly
Budget carrier Akasa Air reduces flights due to resignations, will give up market share for stable operations.
Newly launched budget carrier Akasa Air has been forced to reduce flights amid a spate of resignations. CEO Vinay Dube told employees in an email late on Tuesday that the airline would give up market share in the short term to ensure stable operations. The development came mere days after the company said it had taken legal action against the "small set of pilots" who left without serving their notice period.