TATA Group Airline, Air India is all set to start a new initiative for its non-flying staff as the airline plans to launch Rise.AI, a new performance management system.
Air India to launch Rise.AI
Indian flag carrier, Air India will launch a performance management system for its non-flying staff in the next week. This management system will be named Rise.AI.
Under Rise, the staff members will get an appraisal system, with defined jon descriptions and specific performance goals. This will not just provide work clarity to the staff but also let them know that what they must deliver on.
Rise.AI to be part of Vihaan
Air India is on a transformation way right now. In 2022, the airline announced a transformation plan called Vihaan.AI. In this plan, the airline is expected to have a market share of 30% in next 5 years. The airline is expected to significantly increase international routes. This also includes the merger of 4 airlines within 2 entities : a mega FSC and a mega LCC.
TATA Group is taking approval from Competition Commission of India for Air India – Vistara merger. CCI recently issued a show cause notice to Vistara, which the airline will reply within next few days.
CCI has already cleared the merger of Air India Express and AirAsia India (AIX Connect). Day before yesterday, DGCA had also given green light to both airlines operating under the “Air India Express” brand name.
The airline has introduced Jeppesen-produced rosters for the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner fleet. This rosters are for both pilots as well as cabin crew. The optimization and flexibility of Jeppesen crew rostering helps airlines build high quality rosters while reducing total costs and time to market, leading to increased profitability.
The rosters will also be available for Boeing 777 pilots and cabin crew from second half of August. For Airbus A320, they will be available from September.
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