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PostSubject: Airline sector seeing big-time hiring   Mon Apr 12, 2010 7:06 pm

NEW DELHI: In the air and on the ground, there is a new buzz. Airlines, and infrastructure companies involved in airport modernisation, are hiring again as the global economy shows signs of revival, with nearly 3,000 people expected to be recruited over the next few months.

At this time last year, at least 2,000 employees were retrenched across airlines. Among the airlines that are hiring — even as they add aircraft and destinations — are Kingfisher, IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir. International carriers such as Malaysia Airlines, Emirates, Oman Air and Qatar Airways are also recruiting from India.

Infrastructure companies such as GMR and GVK, too, are hiring for airport construction and maintenance.
IndiGo is planning to hire about 1,000 people in the next few months, and is also planning to hike salaries in the next two-three months.

“We will continue to recruit for our expansion in the coming months,” says IndiGo president Aditya Ghosh.
Kingfisher is looking to hire nearly 500 employees over the next one year, while SpiceJet will add another 200 in the coming months.

Among those that low-cost carrier SpiceJet is hiring are nearly 100 flight attendants and 40 pilots, as it plans international operations.

“The pick-up in hiring will help those who spent lakhs in securing pilot licences, but were not getting jobs through last year,” said a SpiceJet captain who did not wish to be named.
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