Jet Airways pilots’ National Aviators Guild (NAG) will take a final decision on Thursday on the ongoing agitation, sources in the union said.
“We are holding a meeting just now and will take an important decision today,” the sources in the NAG, spearheading the three-day-old agitation, said.
They, however, declined to give any further details.
Over 400 pilots of the country’s largest private airline are on mass sick leave to demand re-instatement of two of their senior colleagues, sacked last month and have refused to disband their newly-created union.
The agitation has led to cancellation of over 200 Jet flights, including international ones.