Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Jet execs queue up for Kingfisher

Mumbai: Barely a week after the crash landing of the Rs 2,300-crore Air Sahara acquisition deal, Jet Airways is set to lose half a dozen senior managers to its arch-rival Kingfisher Airlines.
Sources close to the development said Jet Vice President (Customer Services and Inflight) Rajesh Verma, along with five senior managers, would shortly join Kingfisher Airlines.
The five senior managers are believed to be part of the team that had been overseeing the process of revamping Air Sahara a few months back.
Jet Airways was unavailable for comments. Sources in Kingfisher Airlines confirmed Verma’s appointment but did not wish to comment on the appointment of other senior managers.
Industry sources said a handful of Jet pilots had also applied to Kingfisher Airlines.
27/06/06 P R Sanjai/Business Standard
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