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Boeing's senior vice president for Asia-Pacific and India sales Dinesh Keskar had during the India Aviation show here last week said that Indian aviation was frequency-driven and there was a market for 250-300 seater aircraft like the Dreamliners and B-777s.As part of its fleet expansion plan, the national carrier had in 2006 placed orders with Boeing for 68 aircraft -- 27 Dreamliners, 15 B777-300ERs, eight B777-200LRs and 18 B-737- 800s.We have hired 500 members recently and will get another 1,000 staffers.Those on 'bench' will be paid between Rs 30,000 and Rs 40,000 while those who fly will get up to a lakh (as they will get flying allowances too).But last September, Air India had decided to take the deferred delivery of these three planes, which are now expected to join the fleet between January-March next year. From last August till now, we have already recruited 250 pilots. Advertisement for 400 pilots has already been floated," AI's general manager (Operations) N Sivaramakirshnan said.Last year, Air India had sought to recruit 200 trainee pilots (senior trainee pilot license holders who come with A320 endorsement). Now all those pilots are flying on various routes, he said.
in next two to three years to meet the requirement as the fleet size is expected to increase considerably, a senior official has said."We are planning to have 700 more pilots in the next two to three years keeping in view of the Crisis-hit Air India today stopped bookings for the US, Canada and Europe-bound flights till May 15 as it sacked nine more pilots on day three of their agitation which led to cancellation of over 20 flights and left hundreds of passengers fuming.As of now, the government-owned carrier has 40 wide-body or twin-aisle planes in its fleet — 15 Boeing 777s, 21 B-787 (Dreamliners) and jumbo B-747, as against 68 Airbus single- aisle A-320 family aircraft."We have not added too many wide-body planes in the fleet in the last couple of years, except the induction of Dreamliners from the 2005 order.We are now considering expanding this fleet as well by adding some long range Boeing aircraft going forward," the sources said.HYDERABAD: Air India is mulling expanding its Boeing wide-body aircraft feet to implement its plans of adding a host of new destinations in its overseas network in a couple of years.
The airline is expected to draw up a firm plan in this regard early next fiscal, highly-placed airline sources said."At the same time, we will also be phasing out some old classic A320s from the fleet.