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Kovid-19: Death of 17 pilots in May, 10 killed in Indigo company!

Kovid-19: Death of 17 pilots in May, 10 killed in Indigo company!

Source: PTI

New Delhi: Tens of thousands of pilots have been infected and killed as a result of the deadly coronavirus virus wreaking havoc on the airline that was hit by the second wave.

Yes, about 17 pilots of various airlines in the country have been killed in the second wave of the deadly coronavirus virus, especially in May. Notably, 10 pilots of the same indigo airline have been found dead.

Air India’s senior pilots Captain Harsh Tiwari, GPS Gill, Prasad Karmakar, Sandeep Rana and Amitesh Prasad have been infected and died. But the good news is that no pilots have died at Air Asia India.

IndiGo has not provided any details about its pilots’ deaths, but said that out of a total of 35,000 employees, 20,000 were given the first dose of the covid vaccine. Raj Raghavan, Head of IndiGo, Senior Human Resources, told PTI News, “We are committed to employing our entire staff by mid-June. In the first wave, only a few pilots of the Indigo Company were infected. But in the 2nd wave, over 450 pilots were infected by the crew.

According to sources, IndiGo’s welfare scheme and benevolent policy has the option of providing Rs 5 crore relief to the dead pilots.

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