new Delhi. A group of employees of Agile Airport Services, a subsidiary of the country’s largest airline company IndiGo, went on strike. Due to this, flights from IndiGo took off late. The faction of the employees was demanding immediate increase in salary. The employees went on strike in Goa on Tuesday, affecting the company’s flight services.
The airline said that the employees of Agile Airport Services, a 100 per cent owned subsidiary of IndiGo, have always been paid on time. Not only this, during the Corona epidemic in the last one year no employee was fired. Even after this, some of them created an interruption in work in Goa demanding immediate wage increase. However, the company had already promised to include an increase in salary for April 2021. IndiGo said that due to the strike, its flights were running a little late.
The corona crisis has a bad impact on the aviation sector
Indigo said that we regret the inconvenience caused to the passengers. All arrangements are being made to complete his journey without any hassle. Let us know that the economic crisis created due to the coronavirus epidemic had a very bad effect on the Indian airlines companies. Most of these companies took steps like salary reduction and retrenchment to reduce costs. Indigo was also included in these. At the same time, Indigo has started 14 new flights from March 28 under the Udaan scheme. Apart from this, these airlines are going to provide door-to-door baggage transfer facility. Under this, passengers will be given the facility to carry goods from home to airport and from airport to home.