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SpiceXpress launches freighter service connecting 5 Indian cities

INDIA's SpiceXpress, the cargo arm of SpiceJet, has commenced its narrowbody domestic freighter service connecting Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai, reports Mumbai's STAT Trade Times

SpiceXpress launches freighter service connecting 5 Indian cities

INDIA's SpiceXpress, the cargo arm of SpiceJet, has commenced its narrowbody domestic freighter service connecting Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai, reports Mumbai's STAT Trade Times

07 August 2019 - 19:00

INDIA's SpiceXpress, the cargo arm of SpiceJet, has commenced its narrowbody domestic freighter service connecting Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai, reports Mumbai's STAT Trade Times.

With this, Hyderabad International Airport now has six scheduled freighters operating. SpiceJet's 737-700F freighter will operate six days every week, arriving from Chennai at 9.45pm and departing for Delhi at 10.45pm.



This service will connect Chennai, Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore sectors and has a capacity to carry 20 tonnes of cargo.



'India is taking bold initiatives like 'Make in India', promoting and growing our 'Smart Cities' and becoming a US$5 trillion economy in the fastest possible time,' said SpiceJet project officer Manjiv Singh.



'SpiceJet will continue to contribute to the trade by continuously increasing our geographic reach. Today's consumers demand for the quickest deliveries possible. This has been shaping the e-commerce and logistics processes, and in turn the express logistics sector,' said Mr Singh.



Apart from SpiceJet, the other scheduled freighter services that are operating from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) include Lufthansa, Turkish, Qatar, Cathay Pacific and Blue Dart.



Said Hyderabad International Airport CEO SGK Kishore: 'The availability of high-quality, daily cargo services is essential for the development of trade especially in high-value and time-sensitive products. This will also give a boost to the cargo and logistics sector in the region.'


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