SpiceJet Readies To Receive Q400s, Eyes South Asia Flights

India’s budget carrier SpiceJet by August will receive five of 15 Bombardier Q400s ordered last year. Its Q400 services will start in July. The carrier will soon announce a base for the turboprops, says CEO Neil Raymond Mills, but he declined to give the location. An airline official told Aviation...

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