Jet Airways News: Private sector airline Jet Airways is ready to fly again. Jet Airlines has also started operational appointments for this on June 24. Along with this, the company has asked its former cabin crew members to return to the airline.
Airlines Jet Airways on Friday started operational appointments and asked former cabin crew members to return to the airline. Aviation sector regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on May 20 allowed the airline to resume commercial air operations.
Airline's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Sanjeev Kapoor tweeted, "Our operational appointments have begun in which we have called back former Jet personnel. In the coming days, the recruitment of pilots and engineers will start.
The airline's commercial air operations may start in the July-September quarter. At present, the airline has called back only women crew members. It is noteworthy that Jet Airways, which once dominated the private sector, flew again in the sky after 3 years on 6th May last month.
However, this flight of Jet Airlines was only part of the testing. In fact, in April 2019, Jet Airways flew its last flight for Mumbai. This airline company had stopped its flight services due to a financial crisis.