SpiceJet has tied up with cold-chain solution providers as it prepares to transport Covid-19 vaccines.
The airline’s fleet comprises both passenger and cargo aircraft, which includes five Boeing 737 and 3 Bombardier Q 400 freighters.
It is also leasing wide-body A340 planes, which have allowed it to expand its reach.
“We have been preparing for the humongous task of transporting medicines, vaccines, blood samples, and temperature-sensitive cargo. We have tied up with global leaders in cold-chain solutions, offering active and passive packaging with dedicated equipment to perform seamless cold chain operations,” Chairman Ajay Singh said.
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