SpiceJet gets slots at London Heathrow airport

August 4, 2020 Alex Lennane

SpiceJet has won permission to fly to both the US and the UK. It has slots at Heathrow from September and, according to MoneyControl, the Indian low-cost carrier will wet-lease an A330 from Hi Fly. The news could be welcome to shippers. Spicejet has cargo credentials and operates freighters, and the market between India and Europe was impacted by the grounding of Jet Airways. The belly could come in handy…
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