SpiceXpress, the air cargo arm of SpiceJet, continues with its airlift of oxygen concentrators from Singapore (SIN) to Bengaluru (BLR), with 1,100 uplifted today in multiple consignments.
SpiceXpress had on 24 April airlifted 800 oxygen concentrators followed by another consignment of 1,000 oxygen concentrators on 28 April from Hong Kong to Delhi. These oxygen concentrators had been ordered by SpiceHealth for emergency use and distribution across India.
SpiceXpress had used its A340 wide-body cargo plane to airlift the 600 oxygen concentrators from the US while its B737 freighter aircraft is airlifting the concentrators from Singapore.
From the beginning of the Covid-19 lockdown began in March 2020, SpiceJet and SpiceXpress have played critical roles to ensure that the country’s supply chain remained intact. The airline has helped in the transportation of vital goods, medical supplies and fruits and vegetables to all corners of India and the world.
With a network spanning 63 domestic and 50 international destinations and a fleet of 19 cargo planes, SpiceXpress is capable of flying over 600 tonnes of cargo daily to domestic and international destinations.