TATA SIA Joint Venture carrier Vistara Airlines (UK) is hiring aircraft technicians. The airline is conducting interviews for Mumbai and Gurugram locations.
On its social media page, the airline shared that they want technicians to support the maintenance division. Further enhancing its service for its customers.
The airline has recently entered into an Interline agreement with Air India. Subsequently, by 2024 the airline will completely merge with Air India; until then, it will operate independently of them.
Vistara Hiring Aircraft Maintenance Technician
The airline wrote on its Linkedin Page that,
Our team is currently seeking skilled Aircraft Maintenance Technicians to join us. Candidates who possess an AME certificate or a Diploma in B1 or B2 trade with at least 3 years of experience on the Airbus 320 are eligible to apply. B2 candidates with an RT license are preferred.
The interview for the position will take place in Mumbai and Gurugram on May 5th and May 7th, 2023, respectively.
To apply, please visit the following link: https://bit.ly/416o0nN.
Here’s the form for the Aircraft technician interview in Mumbai Location: Vistara Engineering Drive – BOM (google.com)
Vistara is a collaboration between Tata Sons Private Limited and Singapore Airlines Limited (SIA), with Tata Sons holding a 51% stake and Singapore Airlines holding a 49% stake.
The company operates as TATA SIA Airlines Limited and was created in 2013 with the goal of providing Indian travellers with a superior flying experience that blends Tata’s and SIA’s legendary hospitality and service excellence.
Tata and Singapore Airlines have a long-standing history in the aviation sector, with both companies attempting to enter the Indian aviation market in the past.
In 2013, after foreign investment restrictions were lifted, the two companies were able to enter into a joint venture that was approved in October of that year. Further leading to the incorporation of Vistara’s holding company, TATA SIA Airlines Limited, on November 5, 2013.
The Vistara brand name is inspired by the Sanskrit word ‘Vistaar’, meaning ‘limitless expanse’. Further, it symbolizes the limitless sky that the airline inhabits.
Vistara aims to transform the flying experience in India and has expanded its network to 43 destinations both within and outside India.
It operates over 260 flights daily using a fleet of 54 aircraft. Including Airbus A320, Boeing 737-800NG, Airbus A321neo, and Boeing B787-9 Dreamliner.
Since starting operations in 2015 with a maiden flight from Delhi to Mumbai. Subsequently, Vistara has flown over 35 million satisfied customers.
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