Spicejet – the low-cost carrier with big ambitions for cargo

September 11, 2018 Alex Lennane

SpiceJet’s foray into freight marks a rare occurrence – a low-cost carrier (LCC) significantly adapting its business model to operate a freighter.
Not only that, but the India-based firm is doing it in a market littered with the dreams of past freighter operators.
SpiceJet has now received its first converted 737 and is set to start services on September 18.
Called SpiceXpress, it is not limited to the domestic market – it is planning routes ...

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