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Covid impact: SpiceJet Q1 FY21 net loss at over Rs 593 cr

Covid impact: SpiceJet Q1 FY21 net loss at over Rs 593 cr

🕔07:55, 16.Sep 2020

New Delhi, Sep 16  Airline major SpiceJet on Tuesday reported a net loss of Rs 593.4 crore during Q1 FY21, as flight operations remained suspended for most part of the quarter following the nationwide lockdown. The company had reported a

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SpiceJet operates maiden repatriation flight from Philippines under VBM

SpiceJet operates maiden repatriation flight from Philippines under VBM

🕔08:16, 11.Sep 2020

New Delhi, Sep 11  Budget passenger airline SpiceJet on Thursday operated its maiden repatriation flight from Philippines under the ‘Vande Bharat Mission’. The airline repatriated 160 stranded Indian nationals from Cebu to Chennai in its Boeing 737 aircraft. Earlier, the

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SpiceJet enters medical device industry, launches ventilators

SpiceJet enters medical device industry, launches ventilators

🕔16:01, 31.Aug 2020

New Delhi, Aug 31  Further diversifying its business interests, airline major SpiceJet on Monday launched ‘SpiceOxy’ — compact, portable, non-invasive ventilation device, which is an effective solution for patients with mild to moderate breathing issues. Unsurprisingly, the airline is known

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SpiceJet operates first ever long-haul cargo flight to Frankfurt

SpiceJet operates first ever long-haul cargo flight to Frankfurt

🕔17:26, 27.Aug 2020

New Delhi, Aug 27  Airline major SpiceJet on Thursday operated its first-ever long-haul cargo flight from Delhi to Frankfurt using wide-body Airbus A340 aircraft. Accordingly, SpiceJet’s A340 carried 45 tonnes of cargo supplies from New Delhi to Germany. “SpiceJet is

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SpiceJet operates first long-haul cargo flight from Amsterdam

SpiceJet operates first long-haul cargo flight from Amsterdam

🕔19:25, 22.Aug 2020

New Delhi, Aug 22  Airlines major SpiceJet on Saturday operated its first-ever long-haul cargo flight from Amsterdam to Mumbai using its wide-body Airbus A340 aircraft. “SpiceJet is the first and only Indian carrier to operate non-stop cargo services from Europe

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SpiceJet installs on-board Wi-Fi enabled entertainment system

SpiceJet installs on-board Wi-Fi enabled entertainment system

🕔07:43, 11.Aug 2020

New Delhi, Aug 11 Airline major SpiceJet on Monday launched ‘SpiceScreen’, an in-flight entertainment system which enables delivery of content on to the personal devices of the passengers through Wi-Fi network. According to the company, this is an enhanced version of

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SpiceJet operates first long-haul wide-body charter flight to Canada

SpiceJet operates first long-haul wide-body charter flight to Canada

🕔21:40, 8.Aug 2020

New Delhi, Aug 8  Airline major SpiceJet on Saturday became the first Indian budget carrier to operate a long-haul wide-body charter flight to North America. The airline repatriated 352 Canadian nationals and permanent residency holders from New Delhi to Toronto

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SpiceJet gets Heathrow slots, flights from Sept 1

SpiceJet gets Heathrow slots, flights from Sept 1

🕔19:15, 4.Aug 2020

New Delhi, Aug 4  Airline major SpiceJet has secured slots at Heathrow Airport, London, to operate flights from September 1. The current arrangement, under the bubble arrangement between India and the UK, would remain effective up to October 23, the

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SpiceJet brings back 269 Indians from Amsterdam

SpiceJet brings back 269 Indians from Amsterdam

🕔07:10, 3.Aug 2020

New Delhi, Aug 3  SpiceJet operated its maiden long-haul charter flight bringing back home 269 Indians from Amsterdam to Bengaluru and Hyderabad on Sunday. The airline operated the long-haul charter flight from Amsterdam on an A330-900 Neo aircraft. The flight

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SpiceJet brings back 269 Indians from Amsterdam

SpiceJet brings back 269 Indians from Amsterdam

🕔18:27, 2.Aug 2020

New Delhi, Aug 2  SpiceJet operated its maiden long-haul charter flight bringing back home 269 Indians from Amsterdam to Bengaluru and Hyderabad on Sunday. The airline operated the long-haul charter flight from Amsterdam on a A330-900 Neo aircraft. The flight

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AAI puts SpiceJet on cash and carry basis, airline says biz as usual

AAI puts SpiceJet on cash and carry basis, airline says biz as usual

🕔07:05, 31.Jul 2020

New Delhi, July 31  The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has put SpiceJet operations across the country on a “cash and carry basis”, presumably due to the carrier’s inability to clear airport dues. However, the airline chose to say that

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SpiceJet’s Q4FY20 net loss at Rs 807 cr

SpiceJet’s Q4FY20 net loss at Rs 807 cr

🕔07:19, 30.Jul 2020

New Delhi, July 30  Airline major SpiceJet on Wednesday reported a net loss of Rs 807.1 crore for the fourth quarter of FY20. According to the company, the net loss includes a non-cash loss of Rs 473.4 crore due to

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After US, SpiceJet allowed to operate flights between India, UK

After US, SpiceJet allowed to operate flights between India, UK

🕔19:15, 24.Jul 2020

New Delhi, July 24  After US, airline major SpiceJet has been allowed to operate flights between India and the UK. Accordingly, the Centre has designated the airline as an Indian scheduled carrier to operate between India and the UK under

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SpiceJet allowed to operate flights between India, US

SpiceJet allowed to operate flights between India, US

🕔13:27, 23.Jul 2020

New Delhi, July 23 Airline major SpiceJet has been allowed to operate flights between India and US. Accordingly, the Centre has designated the airline as an Indian scheduled carrier to operate between India and the US. The designation allows for the

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SpiceJet to operate UAE flights from July 12th

SpiceJet to operate UAE flights from July 12th

🕔17:53, 12.Jul 2020

New Delhi, July 12  Airline major SpiceJet on Saturday said it will operate flights from across four stations in India to Ras Al-Khaimah (Dubai) between July 12th and 26th for eligible ‘Identity and Citizenship (ICA) approved UAE residents’. Accordingly, the

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SpiceJet offers Covid-19 insurance cover for passengers

SpiceJet offers Covid-19 insurance cover for passengers

🕔17:47, 8.Jul 2020

New Delhi, July 8  To boost passenger confidence, airline major SpiceJet on Wednesday announced a unique initiative to provide passengers with a facility to opt for Covid-related insurance cover. Accordingly, the cover is valid for a period of 12 months

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SpiceJet to operate 19 more flights under Vande Bharat Mission

SpiceJet to operate 19 more flights under Vande Bharat Mission

🕔14:58, 6.Jul 2020

New Delhi, July 6 Airline major SpiceJet will operate 19 more flights under the Vande Bharat Mission (VBM) in July to help evacuate nearly 4,500 Indians still stranded in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Oman. “The airline has operated six flights

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SpiceJet brings back 30K Indians on 200 charter flights

SpiceJet brings back 30K Indians on 200 charter flights

🕔21:30, 2.Jul 2020

New Delhi, July 2 Airline major SpiceJet has operated 200 charter flights since May till now to fly 30,000 Indian nationals back home. SpiceJet has operated charter flights from the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Lebanon and Sri Lanka to repatriate

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SpiceJet adds Sulaymaniyah, Almaty, Doha to cargo network

SpiceJet adds Sulaymaniyah, Almaty, Doha to cargo network

🕔18:14, 8.Jun 2020

New Delhi, June 8 Budget passenger carrier SpiceJet has added Sulaymaniyah (Iraq), Almaty and Doha to its international cargo network. The airline on Monday operated two cargo flights from Mumbai to Doha carrying over 20 tons of pharma, perishables and

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SpiceJet transports over 5,600 tons of cargo since March 25

SpiceJet transports over 5,600 tons of cargo since March 25

🕔07:20, 6.May 2020

New Delhi, May 6  Ajay Singh-promoted SpiceJet is expanding its cargo operations at a rapid pace, both domestically and internationally, filing the huge vacuum resulting from the suspension of flight and railway operations during the lockdown. The airline major operated

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