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Salary should be a little bit more...and that's all ....and I love everything about this airline....each and every person having a dream of joining airline..must join air India...coz it's the perfect airline with a good salary
Air India is the major government avaition industry in India , i loved working here as an intern ! I learned about airplane engines , their assembly lines etc .
I am the self motivated person therefore my learning is different from others . Otherwise it gives you a chance to learn only when you yourself would want to. work culture is more or less demanding as of any other airline.
it was good experience working with Air India. I learned a lot from my seniors, my colleagues and my juniors. I joined in Mumbai at CSIA. Staff was very supportive. I learned flight handling, equipment maintenance and their emergency operations when they break down. Apart from Flight handling I learned Procurement of Ground support Equipment, Workshop Items, Transportation of GSEs from one station to other, Liaising with Port Clearing Agents. Budget planning, Equipment Inventory, Record maintenance etc.
get full time for personal life.
no career growth.
Totally Government sector, But a good start for the career. Exposure in airline business, good learning. learned the fare calculation and its intricacies, , now Galileo does that for all, but working out a fare used to be very challenging and exciting task. You get the kick if you worked out a better fare, than your colleague, constent learning
Air India Ltd has been a good place to experience the most critical part of Public Relations i.e Crisis Management in today's hyperconnected world where the power lies in the consumer's hand.
Lack of work-motivation
Unfortunately it is not the norm, as many companies fail to practice good techniques to engage their employees. But thankfully, there are many ways that a company can change the atmosphere to create a better workplace environment. The main focus should be to give the employees a voice and create an office that’s for the people, by the people. Creating or reinventing an office to be employee-centric will lead to more success in the long term, as it’ll increase revenue growth and improve customer satisfaction.