Vistara, a joint venture between Tatas and Singapore Airlines, is looking to ramp up its total staff strength to 5,000 by the year-end, according to its chief executive officer. Currently, the airline has around 4,000 people.
Vistara CEO Vinod Kannan told news agency PTI that he is seeing demand coming back in February with coronavirus cases waning.
Last week, Kannan had admitted that airline fell short of meeting customer expectations in the last few months. However, the CEO promised that he took stock of things as they stood and assured the customers that the airline is addressing some of the gaps on a war footing. “Many changes and enhancements are in the works.”
In a letter to its customers, Vinod Kannan said, knowing that you have been inconvenienced and disappointed with our services has been heartbreaking for me and the entire Vistara family.
Vistara has been gradually resuming services that were…