Top 6 companies to work for in the Aviation industry
Aviation, often referred to as the glamour industry is well-known for its high paying opportunities. With multiple roles available in the industry, candidates often face the tough choice of selecting an organization that not just pays them well but also offers significant growth prospect. To ease their decisions, Institute of Logistics and Aviation management, brings you a glimpse of the top 6 companies every candidate in aviation should aspire for.
The largest private airport company in India, GMR is known for its excellence in infrastructure sector. Established in 1978, it is the name behind numerous state-of the-art projects across sectors likeAirports, Energy, Transportation and Urban Infrastructure. It is currently responsible for developing and operating the second largest airport in Philippines in collaboration with Mactan Cebu International Airport. Popular airports owned and operated by GMR in India include Delhi International Airport and Hyderabad International Airport.
Rated as Europe’s first and only 5-Star Airline, Lufthansa has made its way to the world’s top 10 premium airlines. Renowned as a global aviation group with more than 1.2 lakh employees across all locations and 550 subsidiaries and equities investments, it has redefined the industry benchmarks and exceeded customer expectations on all manner.
Talking about fleet size, British Airways is the largest company in United Kingdom and much preferred by people worldwide. A global aviation career with extensive global routes, and a child company of International Airlines Group, it shall complete 100 years of flying with pride in 2019.
A popular name amongst the Indian aviation sector, Jet Airways facilitates domestic and international travel with reliability and high efficiency. Highly acclaimed for its service excellence and constant innovation, it made humble beginnings in 1993 as an air taxi operator and began operations as a flight operator since 1995.
The company aspires to be the preferred low cost airlines for air passengers through an excellent combination of low fair, great engineering and flawless customer service. Launched s a domestic airline in 2005, it grew into an international flight carrier in 2010 and since then has made rapid progress in this sector.
The largest passenger airline of India as on December 2017, Indigo operates across 41 domestic and 8 international destinations and owns a fleet of 155 aircrafts. The brand is popularly known for its on-time flights, reliability and seamless flying experience. It has won Aon’s Best Employer Award, 2017 and ranks as the best organization to work in India for ten simultaneous years.
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