IndiGo accused of poaching pilots with ‘open offers’, company denies charges


Budget carrier IndiGo has allegedly made attempts to poach pilots and technical staff from airlines operating ATR aircraft after announcing plans to procure 50 turboprop planes with an aim to serve tier-2 and tier-3 cities. According to Alliance Air CEO CS Subbiah, several of its senior officers have been approached with “open offers” asking them to “quote a price”.
Those who were made the offers include head of three teams at the Alliance Air, an Air India subsidiary. Read More…

 

 

Credit By: Financial Express

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