Indian Airline Continues Strong Recovery – Restores Pilot Salaries to Pre-Pandemic Level

31st Aug 2022

India’s National Flag Carrier – Air India, which was acquired recently by Tata Group, is showing signs of recovery as it fully restores prepandemic pilot salaries starting September 01. Together with this it is also revising crew layover allowances and meal arrangements for both pilot and cabin crew.

“While we have much to do to return to profitability and in our mission of bringing back Air India back to the heights of world aviation, sunsetting most of the COVID measures is an important and welcome milestone,” CEO Campbell Wilson, CEO & MD of the airline said in a note to employees.

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