Indigo will be back on track soon! Know what the CEO of the airline told the employees

IndiGo Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ronojoy Dutta has expressed hope that the crisis caused by the pandemic seems to be over. He further said that in such a situation, the airline will soon be on the path of profitable growth.

IndiGo Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ronojoy Dutta has expressed hope that the crisis caused by the pandemic seems to be over.

Ronojoy Dutta, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of airline IndiGo has expressed hope that Epidemic The crisis created because of this seems to be over. He further said that in such a situation, the airline will soon be on the path of profitable growth. He said that the airline is also finding solutions to the issues related to the employees. Earlier this month, a section of the airline’s employees expressed dissatisfaction and protest over the low wages.

Indigo is the largest airline of the country

IndiGo is the country’s largest airline, with a domestic market share of around 57 per cent. It has a fleet of more than 280 aircraft. The airline is going to complete 16 years of its operations in August.

Dutta said in a message to the employees that they know that every department has its own challenges and request you to stay connected with the leadership of your department. He said that I assure you that we are working to find a solution to each and every issue, so that our journey becomes better and better in future. A total of 26,164 employees were employed in the company till the last financial year.

Employees had gone on leave in protest

A section of airline employees had collectively gone on sick leave a few days back to express their protest. After this, on July 13, the company said that it is maintaining constant communication with the employees to resolve all the complaints and issues.

Dutta is due to retire in September. In a message sent to the employees recently, he said that the business is getting better and along with this we are also initiating the process of resolving the salary related issues of the employees. He said that the good thing is that the crisis started due to corona virus seems to be over now. Dutta said that our revenue performance is strong and we will soon be on the path of profitable growth.

Let us tell you that a few days ago, the DGCA had expressed hope of a quick resolution of the ongoing dispute between the employees related to aircraft maintenance of airlines IndiGo and GoFirst over low wages. The Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had said that many technical staff of both the airlines are still on leave citing health reasons.

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