Domestic Airlines Faces Tussle for Talent as Aviation Market Revives From Pandemic

Airlines in India seem to be battling one issue after another, including high fuel prices, high passenger load factors, poor customer service, lax safety regulations, and intense rivalry.

Highlights

  • As the aviation business recovers from the interruption brought on by the Covid-19 outbreak during the previous two years, domestic airlines are once again faced with a number of issues, including a tussle for talent.
  • The largest airline in India, IndiGo, had erratic flight schedules last week.
  • Due to last-minute absences, the airline saw its poorest on-time performance over the weekend.

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As the aviation business recovers from the interruption brought on by the Covid-19 outbreak during the previous two years, domestic airlines are once again faced with a number of issues, including a tussle for talent.

The largest airline in India, IndiGo, had erratic flight schedules last week. Due to last-minute absences, the airline saw its poorest on-time performance over the weekend. On July 2, as a result, more than 56% of the airline's flights were delayed.

Numerous airline officials claimed that on July 2, IndiGo staff took time off to attend walk-in interviews with Air India and Air India Express.

Airlines in India seem to be battling one issue after another, including high fuel prices, high passenger load factors, poor customer service, lax safety regulations, and intense rivalry. Kingfisher Airlines and Jet Airways are the most recent casualties of the fiercely competitive Indian aviation business.

Datchanapriya is a journalism and mass communication student from Chennai. Has always been passionate about writing and connecting with people.

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