SpiceJet is transporting record quantities of shrimps from Visakhapatnam and supporting the government’s ‘Marine Krishi Udaan’ initiative.
SpiceJet launched devoted freighter flights on February 25 to ferry shrimps. The airline has transported 225 tonnes of shrimp from Visakhapatnam for the duration of the lockdown stage until May well 8, carrying 138 mt on Vishakhapatnam-Surat route and 87 mt on Vishakhapatnam- Kolkata route.
Ajay Singh, Chairman & Controlling Director, SpiceJet, claimed in a assertion: “These are hard situations for our farmer community who have been amongst the worst strike for the duration of this pandemic. In the absence of well timed transportation, farmers would have faced large losses and we are delighted that our cargo products and services have been of enable to them.”
Over-all, SpiceJet has transported 600 tonnes of cargo to and from Visakhapatnam for the duration of the lockdown interval, which involves health-related and vital provides.The airliner has transported 6,650 tonnes of health-related and vital provides within and outdoors India for the duration of the lockdown interval.
Completely, SpiceJet has transported about 20 lakh kg of new farm and shrimp deliver for the duration of the lockdown interval. This involves one,070 tonnes of new farm deliver.