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On Saturday, a report came in which it was said that most of the cabin crew of IndiGo went on leave after applying for ill health. It was later learned that the cabin crew was on leave to attend the walk-in interview of Air India. This affected the flights.
Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCI) with the strictness of indigo airline ,indigoA big improvement is being seen in the timing of flights. Recently, DGCI had issued a notice to the airline company seeking its response regarding the delay in Indigo flight. Notices were issued regarding the delay in many flights. Just after this, 71.8% of IndiGo’s flights flew on time on Sunday, while the percentage of flight on time on Saturday, just a day before, was just 45.2%. OTP or Ontime Performance is a technical term for airlines that shows which airline follows the rules of flight on time. IndiGo’s OTP has seen an improvement of 32.9% on Sunday. The main reason for this is the notice of DGCI, in which a reply was sought regarding the delayed flight.
If you look at the OTP of other airline companies on Sunday, then the OTP of Mumbai-based company Go First was 97.09 percent, Air Asia’s 95.6%, Vistara’s 93.3%. It was followed by SpiceJet with an OTP of 90.1% and Air India at 86.4%. OTP shows how many on-time flights of an airline are flying. A major complaint was received about IndiGo and it was said that the company’s staff did not come together on duty, due to which many flights were delayed. Taking cognizance of this, DGCI issued a notice to IndiGo and summoned its response.
Indigo flight delayed
On Saturday, a report came in which it was said that most of the cabin crew of IndiGo went on leave after applying for ill health. It was later learned that the cabin crew was on leave to attend the walk-in interview of Air India. There was a severe shortage of crew in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Bangalore and Air India started interviews at these places. As a result, IndiGo operates a total of 1600 flights, but only 728 flights were able to take off on Saturday. In comparison, a big improvement was seen on Sunday, the day the DGCI issued the notice. IndiGo flight 1149 remained on the flight on Sunday, that too with the exact timing.
effect of pilots leave
,Hindustan TimesA report from ‘IndiGo saw a reduction in cabin crew this entire week. Despite this, the DGCA’s monthly report shows that IndiGo’s average OTP in June has been 80 percent. It has been said in the report that the cabin crew of IndiGo went to Air India interviews in such large numbers together because they are upset over the deduction of their salaries.
During the Corona epidemic, the salary of IndiGo’s cabin crew and staff has been cut, due to which they are still suffering. In April also, IndiGo airline pilots went on ‘sick leave’ in large numbers together. Because of this, IndiGo had fired some pilots for disobeying the rules of the company. However, the flight timings of the company seem to be improving a bit.