- The holiday can be from 6 months to five years
- Plan approved in board of directors meeting
- Crisis on airlines due to lockdown
Lockdown has been in force throughout the country to prevent corona infection. During this period, restrictions on national and international flights remained in force in the country. This impacted the air lines companies. For this reason, Air India has come up with a new scheme to reduce its workforce. Under this, employees can go on long leave without pay.
Lockdown has hit the Airline companies the most. Companies struggling with economic crisis are finding new ways to reduce spending. Now Air India has made a plan to reduce the number of employees. Under this plan, employees can go on long leave without pay. It has been called Leave Without Pay (LWP). This holiday can be from 6 months to five years.
According to information received by India Today, Chairman and Managing Director of the company Rajiv Bansal has been empowered to send some employees on leave essentially from 6 months to five years without pay. The employees will be selected on the basis of their efficiency, ability, quality of performance, health of employees, etc., who should be sent on leave.
This plan of Air India was approved in the 102nd meeting of the Board of Directors. According to the order, the headquarters and the regional head have been asked to send the names of the employees to the headquarters according to this plan.
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Let us know that the lockdown has been in force throughout the country to deal with the Corona crisis. National and international flights were also banned during this period. The aviation sector was greatly affected by this. All the air lines companies are going through a huge economic crisis.
Most of the airlines companies in India have adopted pay cuts and other measures to compensate for the economic loss. It is noteworthy that domestic passenger flight service was started from May 25 after long flights were closed. After this, the passengers got relief.
The ban on international passenger flight service has been extended till 31 July amid growing cases of corona virus. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had notified this by issuing a notification. However, along with this the DGCA also indicated the introduction of airlines on select international routes in the coming days.
Ban on international passenger flights from 23 March
Let us tell you that due to Corona virus epidemic, India has banned international passenger flights since 23 March. Along with this, domestic airlines were also closed. But domestic flights have been started from May 25. Detail guidelines related to Corona were also issued for this flight services.
Under DGCA’s decision on international flight, Indians stranded abroad are being brought to the country by Air India flights under the Vanda Bharat Mission. The central government started the Vande Bharat Mission from 6 May.