AICCA also says that they enjoy the support of domestic crew members and if need and situation be they would stand by them in protest.
The AICCA charged the management of favouritism and corruption in the organisation.
Sources tell Headlines Today that the management had served a circular to AICCA asking it to comply by the rules set by the management or face action.
Headlines Today is in the exclusive possession of the letter written by the AICCA to AI management blaming it for not keeping with the mutually agreed bilateral terms and MOUs and going ahead with certain recommendations of the Dharmadhikari Report even though there was a stay on the implementation and the matter was being heard by a division bench of the Bombay High court.
Speaking to Headlines Today the AICCA maintained that looking at the present circumstances and the mood of the management a strike call wasn't ruled out.
The AICCA maintains that the due process of bidding of flights isn't taking place and as a result of it the flight hours and the consequent rest timings of the crew are getting affected which in turn is having adverse effect on the health of the crew.
The AICCA states that ever since the management resorted to computerised system there was total chaos as there was auto rostering with the end result that while some ended up doing a good number of flights and earning good money the others were doing lot less.