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Air India may hire troubled Go First cabin and cockpit crew

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Air India may hire troubled Go First cabin and cockpit crew

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Following the announcement of Go First’s bankruptcy, sources say that Air India may hire Go First cabin and cockpit crew as part of its massive expansion plans.

Air India just placed an unprecedented order for over 500 planes, and it needs pilots to keep the planes flying.

A recent advertisement by Air India read, “Let’s fly to new heights, together.” T

he airline is looking to hire more than 1,000 pilots.”Tomorrow is today when you fly with Air India, Joining Air India is your chance to be a part of aviation’s greatest success story. Now is your chance to write your own chapter in aviation history as we add 500+ planes to our fleet.”

We are offering multiple opportunities and accelerated growth across our A320, B777, B787, and B737 fleet for Captains and First Officers, as well as Trainers,” said the Air India ad.

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