SpiceJet operates 32 cargo flights in a day from India
SpiceJet, India’s air cargo operator, is operating 32 cargo flights today, using its freighter and passenger planes.
SpiceJet, India’s air cargo operator, is operating 32 cargo flights today, using its freighter and passenger planes, which include 16 tons of fresh fruits and vegetables from Kozhikode, a south India coastal city, to Muscat. The flight SG7195 arrived in Muscat early today morning.
Within India, SpiceJet transported around 4.5 tonnes of medical supplies including masks, medical goggles, thermometers and medicines from Delhi to Kolkata. The flight SG7047 arrived in Kolkata early today morning.
In its continuous efforts to mitigate the shortage and supply disruption of essential supplies and medical equipment, SpiceJet has till date transported over 5817 tons of cargo on more than 796 flights since the nation-wide lockdown began. Of the 796 flights operated, 290 were international cargo flights.