India’s Biggest Airlines Hiring Graduates For These Job Roles; Min 60% Marks?
Interglobe Aviation Ltd, the parent firm of IndiGo is opening vacancies for fresh engineering graduates for the post of trainees in the airline firm. These trainees would be hired for a series of departments, like aircraft routing, front line support, and more.
IndiGo posted the job offer on November 4, after releasing its earnings report for the quarter ended September. The airline major reported a net loss of Rs 1,435 crore for the period.
Indigo to Hire Trainees for These Departments
The fresh engineering graduate will work in departments including:
- aircraft routing,
- fleet management,
- maintenance planning
- warehouse and inventory management,
- front line support, and
- repair management of aircraft components.
IndiGo is also hiring for job roles like planning and provisioning of materials, spares, tools and equipment, insurance, warranty, budgeting and cost control, and contracts management, and more, states Zee News.
To apply for the aforementioned job roles, candidates will have to meet these educational qualifications:
- Completed four years of engineering degree (B.Tech/B.E) in either Electrical/Electronics/Mechanical/ Aeronautical stream.
- Their cumulative percentage during the entire period of graduation should be over 60%.
IndiGo’s Q2 Earnings Result
As mentioned above, IndiGo’s net loss for the September-quarter increased to Rs 1,928 crore, from Rs 1,194.80 crore on a YoY basis. However, its revenue increased by 104.6% to Rs 5,608 crore on a YoY basis.
The airline expects its capacity in terms of available seat km to increase by 40% sequentially in the ongoing third quarter of FY22.
IndiGo at present has a fleet of 279 lanes. “We are encouraged by the pace of revenue recovery. We continue to work towards a return to profitability in order to strengthen our balance sheet,” said IndiGo’s CEO Ronojoy Dutta.
He further added, “During the quarter, (the carrier) provided scheduled services to 69 domestic destinations and various international locations through passenger charters and air bubble flights”.