After working hard over the past year to regain financial strength and resilience, the airline is now recognising and appreciating the efforts of its pilots and cabin crew. A performance review for nearly 4,500 flight crew members is currently underway, and the new salaries will take effect on October 1.
Ashim Mitra, IndiGo’s senior vice president of flight operations, emphasised the company’s emphasis on improving employee compensation and benefits. Salaries and allowances have already been reviewed and reinstated to pre-Covid levels, demonstrating the company’s commitment to the workforce during difficult times.
IndiGo is keen on strengthening its human resources as the aviation industry recovers and passenger demand rises. The HR department is hard at work developing a new salary structure for the flight crew, with the goal of providing competitive and attractive remuneration packages in line with industry standards.
The rise is not only a reward for hard work, but it is also a strategic move to ensure employee satisfaction and retention. IndiGo recognises that highly motivated and well-compensated employees are critical to providing exceptional service and maintaining the airline’s industry leadership.