Air India to allow pilots to fly till they are 65


India’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has announced it will allow pilots to fly till the age of 65 years, as opposed to the current age of 58.

The airline said: "To meet our requirement, it is proposed to retain our current trained pilots at Air India post-retirement on a contractual basis for five years extendable to 65 years.”

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