Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Pilot Vacancy: After Air India, now this airline has started recruitment of pilots, will Indigo flight be affected again?

New Delhi: After a gap of almost three years, Jet Airways is preparing to fly once again. For this, the company has already started the recruitment of employees. Now it is the turn of the pilots. The company has now taken out the vacancies of Captain and First Officer to fly airplanes. It is noteworthy that earlier this month, Tata Group’s Air India had recruited pilots. To take part in this, the pilots had gathered in such a way that the service of Indigo was affected.

Once again, the airline Jet Airways, which is preparing for flight, has informed about the recruitment of pilots. This recruitment drive is for Airbus A320, Boeing 737NG and 737 MAX aircraft. Jet Airways gave this information through a tweet. The company said in a tweet, “We are inviting pilots operating Airbus A320 and Boeing 737NG or MAX aircraft to apply.” Jet Airways currently has only one B737NG aircraft in its fleet.

Recently, Jet Airways had talked about calling its former employees as well. Airline’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Sanjeev Kapoor had tweeted that we have called back the former employees of Jet. It is noteworthy that the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has given Jet Airways an air operator’s certificate on May 20. Jet is expected to start commercial operations in the quarter ending September.

On the 2nd of this month, IndiGo passengers had to face a lot of trouble. About 900 flights (IndiGo Flights) of the country’s largest airline were affected that day. The reason was not enough staff. In fact, many airline employees went on sick leave together. It was learned that he had come to give an interview in the open recruitment of Air India, owned by Tata Group. Air India had held walk-in interviews in many cities of the country on July 2. In such a situation, a big staff of Indigo went to give an interview on the pretext of illness. IndiGo lost its sweat as the employees suddenly went on leave. At the same time, there was panic in the industry.

27/07/22 Shehanz Ali/Newsday Express

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