Jet Airways starts preparations to fly again, ex-cabin crew called

Jet Airways has started its recruitment.

Jet Airways has started its recruitment. The airline has asked its former cabin crew members to rejoin the airline.

Jet Airways (Jet Airways) have started their appointments. airline (Airline) his former cabin crew (Cabin Crew) Members have been asked to rejoin the airline. Airline CEO Sanjeev Kapoor said on Twitter that our operational appointments have started. The former crew of the jet have been called. After this, the pilots in the coming days (Pilots) And the recruitment of engineers will be started when they will reveal the aircraft. The initial batch of cabin crew members of the airline will consist of only ex-staff.

just called the female crew

In an advertisement posted on Twitter on Friday, the airline said that there is nothing like home. Join us in helping former Jet Airways staff come back and relaunch us as India’s classiest airline. For now, they’re only inviting the female crew. The recruitment of male crew will start with the going forward.

On May 20, aviation regulator DGCA has granted a Revalidated Air Operator Certificate (AOC) to Jet Airways, allowing the airline to resume its commercial flight operations. The airline operated its last flight on 17 April 2019. The airline is looking to restart its commercial flight operations in the July-September quarter. However, Jet’s revival will hurt the lenders, who will get back only five per cent of their borrowings.

Jet Airways Journey

Aviation sector veteran Sanjeev Kapoor took over as the chief executive officer of the airline on 4 April. In a statement, a Jet Airways spokesperson had said that they have a limited number of cabin crew based in the NCR who are trained and qualified in Boeing 737 aircraft. He said that they are preparing to start their flights, which will happen soon. He told that some of them have worked with Jet Airways in the past as well.

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Let us tell you that due to bankruptcy in 2019, the airlines had stopped their services. Earlier, on 17 April 2019, the airlines took its last flight. Only last year, the Murari Lal Jalan and Collrock consortium won the Jet Airways bid in the National Company Law Tribunal-monitored insolvency and resolution process.