The obligatory no-pay depart will have an effect on round 1,200 workers in senior grades, Vistara mentioned in an e-mail to its workers.
- PTI New Delhi
- Last Updated: May 5, 2020, 6:11 PM IST
Vistara CEO Leslie Thng on Tuesday introduced that senior workers must go on obligatory depart with out pay (LWP) for as much as 4 days per thirty days in May and June as a measure to preserve the airline’s money movement to tide over the difficulties confronted by the aviation sector on account of lockdowns internationally.
Vistara had despatched the identical set of senior workers on obligatory LWP for as much as six days in April. The obligatory no-pay depart will have an effect on round 1,200 workers in senior grades. The remaining 2,800 workers of the airline akin to members of cabin crew and floor dealing with providers will probably be unaffected. “We will continue with the difficult decision to reduce staff costs to preserve jobs,” Thng mentioned in an e mail to workers.
“For the month of May and June 2020, we will continue with compulsory no-pay leave (CNPL) for all staff, except for pilots and staff in Level 1A and 1B, as follows: Staff in Level 4 and 5 to go on 4 days CNPL per month; Staff in Level 2 and 3 to go on 3 days CNPL per month; Staff in Level 1C to go on 1 day CNPL per month,” Thng mentioned.
The CEO additionally acknowledged that for May and June, the month-to-month base flying allowance for pilots has been decreased to 20 hours per thirty days. Earlier, the bottom flying allowance was given to pilots for 70 hours per thirty days. However, the discount in base flying allowance will not be relevant to trainee first officers.