Vistara has begun the preparation for merging its staff with Air India as part of its efforts to strengthen its aviation empire and compete with indigo.
Vistara has started the preparation for merging its staff with Air India. This move comes as the industrial Tata family seeks to strengthen its aviation empire and compete with market leader IndiGo.
Vinod Kannan, the CEO of Vistara, confirmed on July 17 that the preparation for the staff integration process had already begun. He anticipates that the necessary regulatory clearances will be obtained by April 2024.
Vistara's CEO, Vinod Kannan, has recently confirmed that the merger will lead to the complete absorption of Vistara's employees by Air India. This means that over 5000 Vistara employees, including pilots, flight attendants, and engineers, will need to seek new roles within Air India, which is owned by Tata.