Government to offer rich incentives to retain SriLankan pilots

The new management of SriLankan Airlines, the country's national carrier is planning to offer a duty free car permit and a salary increase of 1,500 US dollars to the pilots in order to retain them in the company, says a reliable source.

Expecting a turnover of pilots with the politically appointed new management, the incentive package which has been offered by the previous management is reconsidered as the future of the airline is in doubts.

According to the sources, representatives of the Pilot’s Guild of SriLanka are to meet with the Aviation Minister, Chamal Rajapaksa to discuss the matter in near future.

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