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Strike Aviation Group

Strike Aviation Group


Ai Logistics Network


SpiceXpress first freighterGURUGRAM, India: September 12, 2018. Low-cost airline SpiceJet has launched SpiceXpress, an all-cargo subsidiary with plans to serve Delhi, Bengaluru, Guwahati, Hong Kong, Kabul and Amritsar from September 18 this year.

SpiceXpress says it will operate four leased freighters by March 2019 and has taken delivery of a B737-700 converted by Israel Aerospace Industries’ Bedek Aviation Group.

“We are very excited about the tremendous potential the logistics industry offers. There is a huge untapped market for air cargo services in India and a player like SpiceJet – with its low cost structure – is best suited to address this need,” commented chairman Ajay Singh.

SpiceJet currently offers 500 tonnes of daily cargo capacity on 36 Boeing and 22 Q400s aircraft serving 47 domestic and seven international destinations. The airline says the freighter capacity will add 13 domestic points to its network and aims to serve “up to 150 destinations across India, Asia and Europe by 2022”.

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