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SpiceJet eyes Singapore as promising market for cargo services

One of the fastest recovering markets might see a full domestic flight recovery soon, but it is still subject to limitations imposed by the Indian government. “We are much delighted to commence our scheduled freighter operations to Singapore. [...] It is also well-positioned as a springboard for SpiceXpress into other markets such as Europe and Australia,” Gupta was quoted in the statement. SpiceJet launched its cargo operations under SpiceXpress in September 2018 and has since expanded its fleet to 19 cargo aircraft, including five widebody freighters. Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the air carrier has aided in the transportation of critical goods and medical supplies internationally. In addition to SpiceJet, there are four more cargo operators offering freighter services between Singapore and India. In 2020, the air carriers such as Emirates, IndiGo, Singapore Airlines ( SIA1 ) ( SINGY ), and SriLankan Airlines have also operated cargo-only passenger flights between India and Singapore. READ MORE:

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