IndiGo announced on Thursday that pilot salaries have been increased by 8% in response to the company’s continuous steady flight operations.
Following the COVID-19 outbreak on March 27, full regular international flight services resumed in India. On October 18, last year, full-service domestic flights resumed in the country.
“Now that we have established continuous steady operations, on behalf of our managing director, the board of directors, and the senior leadership team, I am pleased to announce an eight percent increase in the salaries of all our pilots effective April 1”said Ashim Mittra, senior vice-president (flight operations), IndiGo, in a communique to pilots
He stated that the airline’s human resources team would share the revised salary structure in the coming weeks.
“Furthermore, as we look forward to a positive revenue environment and, hopefully, no further interruptions to operations,” Mittra added, “we also plan to implement an additional 6.5 percent revision with effect from November 1.”
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