Thursday, April 19, 2012

Tips for Time Saving Business Trips

Our modern day world is a very hectic world where things are carried out at a rapid pace. Time constraints are always around, as business executives work around the clock. They tend to even work 24x7 at times to cater their business requirements and they are also expected to travel every now and then on business trips for their business prospects. In this era, punctuality is a mark of professionalism and every businessman expects to be highly sincere and punctual in his/her work for maintaining that professionalism.
Tips for Time Saving Business Trips
Though these above mentioned executives are quite well off in terms of financial stability, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they could afford first class travel for each and every trip. Here is where business class flights come into the picture. These flights help you to achieve the most luxurious journey at very affordable prices and hence most businessmen involved in the corporate world prefer to travel via business class.
And airline service providers do understand your requirements and constraints as well. They have come up with comprehensive and versatile systems that always help you find feasible solutions for your flying issues. It is advisable that you book your cheap business class tickets for your journeys at the earliest in order to ensure its availability. That’s the first thing you ought to do. Prefer to fly from local airport stations that are considerably less crowded than metropolis airports. The lesser crowds imply faster processing of flying requirements and other criteria and help you save a ton of flying time. You could be assured to catch your flight on time and reach the destination as well on time. Helps you to maintain your professionalism and cater your business requirements efficiently. Always see to that you give sufficient amount of time for checking, boarding, security concerns and other flying constraints in order to catch the flight on time. See to that you are at the station 3 hours earlier than your flight timings. Engage with reputable Business Travel Agency and let them take care of your journey requirements. They’ll find the flight with best deals and maximum comforts based on your journey, dates, timings and other requirements. All you need to do is get the boarding pass and report at the station at the earliest. Airlines provide several flights around the world in affordable and cheap packages. You are always bound to find some flight or the other that meets all of your requirements precisely.

Monday, April 9, 2012

Kingfisher Airlines employees get salaries after four months

A large section of Kingfisher Airlines employees, including pilots and engineers, received their salaries on Monday after a delay of nearly four months, airline sources said.

"In fact, we paid the salaries of all employees on April 4 itself. However, due tosome back-end problem in one of the banks, a section of employees could not get it then," they told PTI here.

Chairman of the crisis-hit airline Vijay Mallya had last Tuesday assured his employees that their salaries would be disbursed in a staggered manner from April 4 to 10.

The airline has salary accounts in HDFC Bank, Axis Bank and ICICI.

Besides, the airline has also paid the second instalment of Rs nine crore towards the TDS as per the directives of the Tax tribunal, the sources said. The airline has outstanding dues of about Rs 349 crore.

Mallya is also understood to have informed DGCA about the payments made, as the aviation regulator had expressed concern that delays in salaries would impact Kingfisher's operations and affect the air travellers.

Facing the heat from employees, particularly the pilots and engineers who had had put the airline on notice by giving a deadline of April 20 to clear all their pending dues, Mallya had issued an e-mail to pacify the agitating staff.

Admitting that the salaries were "seriously overdue", Mallya in his letter promised to pay their salaries and other dues in a staggered manner, saying the problem had arisen as its bank accounts were frozen by tax authorities.

The tax authorities had last week de-freezed the accounts on March 31 after the airline paid Rs44 crore to the Income Tax department and another Rs20 crore to the Service Tax authorities.


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