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Airline Now Requires New Pilots And Crew To Practice Yoga

By: for The Huffington Post on June 5, 2015
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Yoga room at the San Francisco Airport. Yoga facilities have been available at many international airports, but Air India now took the program to another level

Many flight attendants and pilots would count, among their job perks, the ability to travel and see the world. But for 78 new pilots and 300 new cabin crew members hired by Air India, there's also yoga

This year, new employee training begins with a daily 6:30 a.m. yoga class, The Economic Times reports. 

"We have introduced yoga for the first time in our training module for pilots and cabin crew, as we believe that yoga brings in a sense of discipline as well as helps cope better with the stress of the job," a senior Air India official told the Times. "This is true for each one of us."

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