GoAir to Give 80% of its 5000 Pilots / AMEs/ Employees to go on Leave Without any Pay

GoAir to Give 80% of its 5000 Pilots / AMEs/ Employees to go on Leave Without any Pay
The Pandemic of Corona Virus Effect On Aviation Industry
Indian budget Airline GoAir India Ltd  has asked as many as 80 per cent of its 5000 Team GoAir  to go on  Indefinite Leave without any Pay or Perks as the Indian government's CoronaVirus Flight Restrictions dry up cash flow,  Flying-Crews.com News reported on 20 April 2020 Monday.  

The Airline will keep paying a small number of Pilots / AMEs / Ground Staffers  on a lower payroll to restart operations when the Government allows GoAir Flights, the Flying-Crews.com News  said, citing people with knowledge of the matter.  

Ministry of Civil Aviation on Saturday clarified that no decision has been taken to open any Domestic Or International operations. 
Airlines are advised NOT to open their Ticket Bookings and Restart only after a decision in this regard has been taken by the Indian Government, tweeted Union Minister for Civil Aviation of India, Mr Hardeep Singh Puri.  

Indian P M Mr Narendra Modi announced a 21-Days  National lockdown in late March 21  to contain the spread of the virus outbreak. The lockdown has been extended until 3rd May  2020 at least.
GoAir is checking with the government if the GoAir  can continue sale of Air Tickets for travel after the national lockdown ends on May 3, the report added. But No Reply so far. 

(With inputs from Reuters) 


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