New Delhi, July 04 (ANI): A section of pilots of national carrier Air India, who were on almost 2 months strike finally called off their agitation today after the Delhi High Court ordered the pilots to return to work immediately, and asked Air Indias management to look into their grievances. The decision to end the strike was announced by the Indian Pilots Guild (IPG) after a meeting of its managing committee in Mumbai. The pilots assured the court that they will join duty within 48 hours. The pilots would start conciliation process from July 6. The strike has caused a loss of Rs. 600 crore to the Air India management.