SpiceJet to hire 150 employees
New Delhi, Jan 26: The leading low-cost carrier SpiceJet today said it is planning to hire about 140-150 employees to meet the manpower requirements for the four new aircraft it would add this year, besides flying abroad.
"We will hire about 100 flight attendants and 40 pilots for the four aircraft we plan to acquire this year," SpiceJet chief executive Sanjay Aggarwal said. The carrier currently has a fleet of 19 Boeing 737s.
The low-cost airline also has plans to enter international destinations later this year. "We have applied to the regulatory authorities to fly to Sri Lanka, the Maldives, Nepal and Bangladesh," Aggarwal said.
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