New Delhi: With the decline in the cases of corona infection in the country, now the aviation sector is recovering and Air India is restoring the salaries of its employees in a phased manner to the level before the pandemic. This information has come out from a document of the airline on Tuesday. In the last two years, due to the restrictions imposed due to the epidemic, the Indian aviation sector has been badly affected and many airlines in the country have cut the salaries of their employees.
According to a document released by Air India on Tuesday, the flying allowance, special pay and wide body allowance of pilots were cut by 35 percent, 40 percent and 40 percent, respectively, after the outbreak of the pandemic. According to the form, from April 1 this year, these three allowances are being restored to 20 percent, 25 percent and 25 percent. According to the document, the flying allowance and wide body allowance of cabin crew members were cut by 15 and 20 percent respectively during the pandemic. According to the form, both these allowances have been restored to 10 percent and 5 percent respectively from April 1.
The form states that the allowances given to officers and other staff members were cut by 50 per cent and 30 per cent, respectively, during the pandemic. Now the allowances of officers are being restored to 25 percent from April 1, while the allowances of other staff members are being brought down to the pre-pandemic level.