India’s Largest Airline Increases Pilot Salary by 8% Effective April

IndiGo, India’s low-cost airline and the country’s largest of its kind, has increased pilots salary by 8%. In an email to its pilots, Senior Vice President of IndiGo’s flight operations, Ashim Mittra, said “Now, as we have established continuous steady operations, on behalf of our managing director, the board of directors and the senior leadership team, I am pleased to announce an upwards revision of eight per cent in the salaries of all our pilots with effect from April 1.”

The airline further announced that there will be a follow up increase of 6.5 percent November this year as long as there will be no disruptions.

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