The aviation sector has also been affected by the second wave of COVID-19 infection, as the number of air passengers has come down significantly.
The second wave of the Corona epidemic has hit airline companies. Low-cost airline SpiceJet has prevented up to 50 per cent of salaries of a large number of employees in April, as the second wave of the Corona virus epidemic affected businesses. According to sources, April salary of employees including Pilots and Cabin Crew has been withheld from 10 to 50 percent. He said that, however, full salary has been given to junior employees like drivers in April.
The airline said in a statement that its chairman and managing director (CMD) Ajay Singh will not take any salary in April. The aviation sector has also been affected by the second wave of the COVID-19 transition, as the number of air passengers has decreased significantly.
There will be no deduction in the salary of any employee
A SpiceJet spokesperson said that there would be no reduction in the salary of any employee. The airline is making sure that low-paid employees have no problem with the salary being deferred and they will be given full pay.
CMD left his full salary
He said, CMD has decided to give up all his salary. This is only a temporary measure and the salary withheld by the company will be paid after the situation becomes completely normal.
Let us know that due to the nationwide lockdown last year, SpiceJet paid partial salary to 92 percent of its employees in the month of April. The airline had told its pilots that they would not be paid salaries for April and May. At the same time, pilots operating cargo flights will be paid according to the hours of flight.
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