Three senior SpiceJet executives, including the airline’s chief of flight safety, have been asked to leave in the last one month, sources said.
Some more “overpaid” executives could be on their way out as the airline embarks on a transformation exercise under its new promoter Ajay Singh, he added.
Sandeep Verma, senior vice-president and chief of the Boeing 737 fleet, and Captain Vinod Khosla, SpiceJet’s chief of flight safety, were asked to leave last week. “They have put in their papers. They were asked to leave following an internal survey of employees which threw up adverse findings,” an official said.
Last month, Virender Malhotra, senior vice-president, operations and head of the Q400 fleet was asked to go. Chief commercial officer Kaneswaran Avili and senior vice-president (IT) Sudhakar Kondisetty had resigned earlier.
“More heads will roll,” another source said.