Akasa Air aims to expand workforce to 3,500 by end of the year

The airlines' denial of cabin crew resignations sends a reassurance message to employees and passengers, it currently has 3000 employees


Akasa Air, a low-cost airline in India, has denied rumours that its cabin crew members have resigned. The airline says it has one of the lowest attrition rates in the industry and is actively working to expand its workforce to 3,500 employees by the end of the year.

The rumours come after some media reports said that several cabin crew members had resigned, citing factors like salary, work-life balance, and career prospects. However, the airline says it has not been informed of any specific reasons for the alleged resignations and is open to addressing any concerns raised by its employees.

A spokesperson for Akasa Air stated, “The rumours circulating are baseless and factually incorrect. We are currently in a phase of rapid network expansion and are proud to have a dedicated team of 3,000 employees. We aim to further increase our workforce to 3,500 by the close of 2023.”

Despite being a relatively new entrant in the industry, launching in August 2021, Akasa Air has quickly gained popularity among travellers due to its affordable fares and convenient flight schedules. By refuting the rumours and reaffirming its commitment to its employees, the airline aims to create a positive work environment and foster employee loyalty. This will be crucial for the airline’s continued growth and success.

The clarification underscores the airline’s dedication in maintaining a strong and reliable workforce and highlights its efforts in retaining employees.

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