"We will hold lunch hour mass meeting across the country on Friday as a first step of our action plan," Air Corporation Employees Union (ACEU) Regional Secretary, Vivek Rao, told PTI.
ACEU, along with two other unions - Aviation Industry Employees Guild (AIEG) and Indian Aircraft Technicians Association (IATA) - has formed a common front to protest NACIL management's decision to defer employees salary by 15 days due to a liquidity crunch, he said.
"The three unions have already communicated their protest to Air India Chairman and Managing Director," Rao said.
As part of our action plan, the unions would also wear black badges for four days starting June 22, followed by a one-day dharna on June 26, the union said.
"On June 30, if the employees do not get their salaries, we will resort to no pay, no work," Rao said.