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Bombay High Court allowed the Akasa airline to proceed with its lawsuit seeking contractual damages from some of the pilots.

Bombay High Court allowed the Akasa airline to proceed with its lawsuit seeking contractual damages from some of the pilots.

Experts say the challenge Akasa is facing only highlights what is set to become a much bigger problem in India, as airlines expand rapidly to meet rising demand in one of the world’s fastest growing aviation markets – but the availability of trained staff is failing to keep pace.

Most of the players in the sector have a huge expansion plan, which would require a large base of skilled people including pilots, cabin crew and other operating staff,” says Manish Chowdhury, head of research at broker StoxBox.

The High Court of Bombay on Wednesday allowed the Akasa  airline to proceed with its lawsuit seeking contractual damages from some of the pilots.

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