Tata Group’s Air India currently has more than 1800 pilots. Along with this, Air India has ordered 470 jets from Boeing and Airbus.
Bumper recruitment in Air India, company will hire 1000 pilots
Bumper jobs have come out in Tata Group’s Air India. In the coming time, Air India, the airline owned by Tata Group, is going to hire for 1000 posts. To increase its network, the company will recruit about 1 thousand people for the position of pilots and trainers. Recently, the company had taken out jobs for 495 posts only through interview. But now the company will recruit 1 thousand people.
Let us tell you, Tata Group’s Air India currently has more than 1800 pilots. Along with this, Air India has ordered 470 jets from Boeing and Airbus.
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On Thursday, Air India has given information about new recruitments. The company told that it is planning to recruit more than 1000 posts. This includes pilots, first officers and trainers. These new hirings are being done for A320, B777, B787 and B737 aircraft. Along with this, the company is also going to include 500 more aircraft in its network.
Employees angry with the change in salary structure
Recently on 17th April, Air India has changed its salary structure. This angered thousands of employees and both the Pilot Union and the Indian Commercial Pilots Association have rejected it. Meanwhile, the company has announced new recruitments. The pilots union says that the airline has not held any talks with them before making changes in the salary structure. Let us tell you, Tata Group had bought Air India in January 2022 last year. Since then the company is making changes one after the other. At present, the company has ordered 470 aircraft.