Indian Airline Reinstates Pilot Salaries and Flying Allowance Due to Quick Recovery

Vistara announced that, in addition to the reinstatement of the pilot bonus in April this year, it will also reinstate base flying allowance as the airline industry and air travel recovers aggressively in India.

“Further to reinstating the monthly bonus for all pilots from April 2022, subject to the average global active hours for the preceding month being at least 70, I am very pleased to announce that the base flying allowance (BFA) reduction is also reinstated. In March, I wrote to you about the recovery of the industry that we were observing and the hope that it would be sustained. It appears that this has been the case. While we are cognizant of certain challenges that are still being faced by the industry in general, the situation is a lot more positive than it was at this time last year,” said Captain Hamish Maxwell, Senior Vice President-Flight Operations, Vistara.

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