Vistara Reassures Pilots on Pay Cuts and Fatigue Concerns

Rohit Anand
1 min read

the airline Vistara, co-owned by Tata Group and Singapore Airlines Ltd., reassured pilots about pay cuts and fatigue, following flight cancellations due to mass sick leave and crew shortage.

Key Takeaways:

  • Vistara addressed pilots' concerns over pay cuts and fatigue
  • CEO Vinod Kannan reassured pilots about the new salary structure
  • Opportunities to earn more will be available after the airline merges with Air India Ltd.


The reassurance from Vistara's CEO may help in resolving the ongoing issue of flight cancellations and pilot fatigue, potentially improving the overall operational efficiency.

Do You Know?

  • Vistara is co-owned by Tata Group and Singapore Airlines Ltd.

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