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SpiceJet adds its first Boeing 737-700 freighter to its “SpiceXpress” fleet

SpiceJet has added its first freighter aircraft into the “SpiceXpress” fleet.

The pictured Boeing 737-75C (F) VT-SFB (msn 29042, ex B-2998) is named “Bolt” and was delivered on August 29, 2018 after freighter conversion.

The company is planning to expand its freighter fleet to 20 aircraft by 2022.

The division of SpiceJet explains its operations:

SpiceJet is proud to present SPICEEXPRESS-The Door to Door cargo service.

This is first time in India that an Airline has been attributed with integrated Logistics solutions. We are here to cater to your various needs for delivering goods effectively at your doorsteps. Being a leading Airline brand, we have access to unparalleled infrastructure and logistics. Therefore, we use our connectivity, resources and fleet effectively and efficiently to deliver your consignment at the door steps of your choice.

It’s our prime concern to take care of your business needs and therefore we are committed to delivering your shipment within your stipulated time frame.

Also, given our airline lineage, we have our own full- fledged security system in place to ensure maximum safety and security of your consignment.

Photo: SpiceJet.