SpiceJet Pilots Salary: Spicejet raises salary package for pilots to more than 7.5 lakh per month

SpiceJet Pilots Salary: The domestic aviation sector (Indian Airline Sector) is currently facing challenges and the crisis of Go First has sparked a new debate in the industry.

Even before this, many airlines have died in the domestic market. After the latest case, there has also been a threat to the employment of thousands of people. On the other hand, there have been such job offers to people in the same aviation industries, which are like making a dream come true.

Will have to work only 75 hours

Five digit salary i.e. salary of more than one lakh rupees every month is considered very good. Now if you get more than 7 lakh rupees as salary every month and what is more interesting you have to work for only 75 hours in a month, what better example of a dream come true than this! And this work has been done by the domestic airline SpiceJet.

These benefits along with higher salary

SpiceJet, an airline company providing affordable aviation services, announced on Tuesday an increase in the salary of its pilots (captains). The airline said it will now pay its pilots a monthly salary of Rs 7.5 lakh for 75 flying hours. Apart from this, the airline has also announced an award for pilots, which will be linked to showing loyalty to work.

Laddoos in both the hands of the employees

Apart from pilots, the company has also increased the salaries of instructors and first officers. The airline said in a statement that the monthly salary of the pilots is being increased to Rs 7.5 lakh for 75 flying hours. This increase has come into effect from May 16, 2023. Earlier, in November 2022, the airline had increased the salary of its pilots to Rs 7 lakh for a monthly flight of 80 hours. This means that on the one hand the company has increased the money, while the flight ie working hours have been reduced.

Ajay Singh announced

SpiceJet has increased the salary of its employees like pilots, trainers and first officers on its 18th anniversary. On this occasion, the company’s chairman Ajay Singh told the employees that SpiceJet has decided to revive those planes, which are currently grounded. For this, the company will use the money received from the ECLGS scheme and the amount of $ 50 million received from the internal account.