Paucity of pilots triggers aviation war

When Wing Commander Rajiv Kothiyal resigned in 2002 as one of the most qualified test pilots in the Indian Air Force (IAF) and quickly found a flying job in a start-up airline, Deccan Airways, he felt he had won a jackpot.

Just four years later, Kothiyal, now chief pilot of Deccan Airways, shakes his head ruefully at how much things have changed.

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One Response to “Paucity of pilots triggers aviation war”

  1. Airhostess Says:

    Well the opportunities provided by aviation industry galore, also comes with it the price you have to pay for being a part of such a fast paced industry, still kudos to indian civil aviation sector for such a robust growth!

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