Indigo Airlines: India’s leading airline IndiGo has said that it will fully restore the salaries of pilots by November. The aviation sector was badly affected during the Kovid epidemic and all domestic airlines had cut the salaries of employees after the lockdown due to Kovid-19. At the same time, there is news that Indigo airline may restore 8 percent salary in August, which was earlier proposed in November to 6.5 percent.
Will restore salary in September and November
Captain Ashim Mitra, senior vice president of flight operations of the airline, said in a statement, “Despite the prohibitive fuel and foreign exchange costs, we expect to continue to drive towards profitability and higher growth. Our aim is to continuously increase our salaries and remuneration. To review and restore them to pre-Covid levels.”
The airline also said that it will restore another 6 per cent salary from September, while the remaining 6 per cent will be done in November.
According to an internal mail by IndiGo CEO Ronojoy Dutta, “The good news is that the crisis seems to be over, our revenue performance is strong and we should be back on the path of profitable growth very soon.” He further said that I understand that every department still has its own unique challenges and I urge you to stay connected with the leadership of your department. I assure you that we are working on resolving each and every issue to ensure that we continue our journey to become better.”