“The aircraft flew from Delhi to Chennai. From Chennai, it operated to Surat and from Surat, it operated back to Chennai. The aircraft will operate from Chennai to Mumbai and from Mumbai to Delhi later today with cargo on-board,” the assertion stated.
The airline is acknowledged to have taken due approvals from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and the Ministry of Civil Aviation after which deployed a Boeing 737 NG plane for this objective.
The SpiceJet Aircraft will do 5 rotations right now making certain that vital supplies are delivered within the shortest attainable time, it stated, including that the airline has carried over 1400 tons of cargo working round 200 home and worldwide cargo flights.
According to SpiceJet, particular seat covers made from flame-proof materials had been used to cowl the seats and the cargo on seat was secured with restraints, including “To ensure optimum utilisation of space, the overhead bin, were also used.”
The airline will carry 11 tons of vital supplies in passenger cabin and stomach area from Delhi to Chennai.