SpiceJet flew its maiden freighter flights to Huangzhou, Tashkent

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SpiceJet, India’s air cargo operator, added capital city of Uzbekistan, Tashkent, and Huangzhou, China to its international cargo network. The airline operated its maiden freighter flights to both the destinations carrying pharma essentials and medical supplies.

SpiceJet carried 14 tonnes of medical and essential supplies from Delhi to the capital city of Uzbekistan while it carried eight tons of COVID-19 related medical supplies from Huangzhou in China to Hyderabad. The airline deployed its Boeing 737 freighter aircraft for both the assignments.

“Huangzhou and Tashkent are the latest additions to our cargo network as we operated our maiden freighter flights to these cities. SpiceJet has transported 9000 tons of cargo since nation-wide lockdown began. In the last week itself we have operated over 400 cargo flights. SpiceJet is firmly committed towards ensuring that crucial medical and essential supplies are transported timely and efficiently.” said Ajay Singh, chairman & managing director, SpiceJet.

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