With Indian aviation set to grow exponentially, there are plenty of opportunities in the market.
As the COVID-19 pandemic no longer poses any significant threats to global aviation, the industry seems to have embarked on an upward trajectory of recovery. More specifically, some countries like India are poised to recover sooner and more effectively, signs of which are already evident. Just last week, the country exceeded pre-pandemic numbers for domestic flights, signaling a strong demand for air travel going forward.
Naturally, all Indian airlines will be willing to fight hard to get the biggest possible slice of the ever-increasing pie. In order to be able to meet the increased demand, they will need more manpower; manpower that most airlines laid-off during the pandemic in a bid to keep costs low. As a result, several carriers are scrambling to hire talent before the competition. Add to the equation Akasa Air and Jet Airways 2.0, two startup airlines that are pretty much starting from scratch and one can only imagine the career opportunities in Indian aviation at the moment.
In this article, we will take a closer look at the plethora of job openings from all operators in the Indian aviation scene: