Air India Prepares for Annual Appraisal Cycle and Announces Fleet Expansion

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Air India Prepares for Annual Appraisal Cycle and Announces Fleet Expansion

| Updated: April 5, 2024 20:23

In his weekly message to employees on Friday, Air India Chief Campbell Wilson announced that the airline is in the process of compiling data for the annual appraisal of its staff, which will be retrospectively effective from April 1.

Wilson stated that the airline will share the appraisal results with the employees once the counting, reporting, auditing, and board approvals are completed in the coming weeks. “The end of the Financial Year also caps off the annual appraisal cycle which has been underway for some time, as well as allows us to tally our annual financial results,” he said in the first ‘Friday Message’ of 2024-25 to employees.

The message comes after the strategic disinvestment transaction of Air India was completed on January 27, 2022. The move is part of the airline’s efforts to turn around its operations under its new ownership, Tata.

In his message, Wilson also shared updates about the airline’s fleet expansion. He informed that the third A350 has started service on the important BOM-DEL trunk route and two new A320s have joined the fleet.

Additionally, Wilson announced that the airline has onboarded the first batch of ‘Cadet Pilots’, who will soon commence ground training with partner flying schools in the US later this month. He also highlighted the efforts of the Cabin Crew team in clearing the backlog of training batches and the release-to-service of the 4000th new crew member since privatization. “These new colleagues join our great group of experienced leaders and mentors and together, with an average age of 28, they will personify the new Air India around the world,” he said.

Furthermore, Wilson updated that on April 1, the airline moved to a new Revenue Accounting System, which would improve many aspects of revenue capture, reconciliation, reporting, and control, as well as reduce cost and enable a complete refresh of its loyalty program, Flying Returns, which was launched on Wednesday.

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