What can help SpiceJet’s excess baggage of woes?
- Amid high aviation turbine fuel prices and mid-air incidents, the airline’s cargo business is a ray of hope
- Since 1 May, at least nine mid-air snags have been reported from flights operated by SpiceJet. These troubles are the latest in a long list of woes the airline faces
NEW DELHI : On 2 July, 30-year-old Saurabh Chhabra and his wife boarded a Bombardier Q400 plane in New Delhi, operated by budget airline SpiceJet. They were travelling for a family wedding to Jabalpur and had chosen SpiceJet over Indigo because of the former’s early morning (6.15 am) departure.