Indian Airline looking to hire 350 Pilots and Cabin Crew in the next 12 months

New Start-Up Indian Airline Akasa Air has announced that it is looking to hire 350 Pilots and Cabin Crew in the next 12 months as it receives the first 18 aircraft of the 72 Boeing 737MAX it ordered in 2021. The entrance of the airline will result in large airline pilot movement in India as Akasa Air is offering 80% higher salaries to pilots than SpiceJet is offering at this time (although still 10% lower than Airbus A320 operator and market leader IndiGo).

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